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Are you stuck in Kingdom Come: Deliverance because you don’t know where to find the game’s quest-essential shovel?
Wondering what characters will show up in Super Smash Bros. Switch when it arrives later this year? We've got a few ideas of our own...
In the mood for a good scare but don't have the time to sit down to watch a full-length movie? We've got you covered in this six spine-tingling horror shorts.
Defender’s Quest: Valley of the Forgotten is a ridiculous amount of fun and if you’ve even the remotest interest in strategy games this is one valley you should visit.
The Peeress and the Price is another opportunity to see Dishonored's Emily in action, even if you’re not in the driving seat, but the story’s promising premise is squandered.
Age of Empires: Definitive Edition features built-in cheats ranging from the battle-turning to the bizarre. Here’s how to use them to make mincemeat of any foe history throws at you.
Age of Empires may be ancient by videogame standards but this engaging, challenging overhaul is well worth digging up.
There's no doubt that Rockstar is working on Grand Theft Auto 6, and so we're fantasising about some of the features we'd like to see in the next open world behemoth.
Dragon Ball FighterZ’s combat may be ridiculously polished, but its lobby system is just plain ridiculous, especially if you have no interest in online play.
As lovely as The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is, it’s the little touches that really make Link’s latest outing special.
The graphics have been spruced up but the gameplay remains untouched. Chris spends some time with the Age of Empires: Definitive Edition multiplayer beta.
Now available on Nintendo Switch, there has never been a better time to get stuck into Image & Form's addictive SteamWorld Dig.
Here are a few tips to help you get through your first few days in Minecraft’s survival mode without becoming a blocky corpse.
At first glance, sci-fi adventure The Red Strings Club is pure eighties cyberpunk: all neon, implants and improbably bulky eyewear. But take a seat inside this hallowed establishment and you’ll be regaled with a tale that is resoundingly human.
We have been warned that the library of compatible titles won’t be all that extensive, but it doesn't stop us thinking about the original Xbox games we'd love to revisit again on Xbox One.
Even in its unfinished state, They Are Billions is a tense time-sink, an addictive blend of base-building and tower-defence that will have you coming back again and again.
In Life is Strange's concluding episode, Max gets her moment of happiness, but more importantly, so does Chloe.
Skyrim is serious business, which makes these seven ridiculous mods all the more magnificent.
Bridge Constructor Portal has taught me that not only is burning your bridges a bad idea, plunging them into acid or exposing to gunfire is equally hazardous.
Read on and behold our eerie, port-fuelled precognitive powers.