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Have you bought Mortal Kombat 11 and noticed that, despite being featured in a trailer for the game, Frost is missing from the character select screen?
It's not the most gory, but what's most disturbing about Frost's fatality is it's not fatal.
Just what do you get a horrific, demonic spirit for her birthday? Murder, torture and everything in between, of course!
World War Z has just released, and it’s chock-full of zombies. But how long is it? How long does it take to beat the game?
Wondering how many missions there are in World War Z? Well, there’s more than a few – but less than Left 4 Dead, the game that World War Z most closely resembles.
Are you thinking about buying World War Z but are wondering whether you can play it in local multiplayer? Read on.
Are you thinking about buying World War Z but are wondering whether you can play it solo? Read on.
Want to save and load your game in Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy? Here’s how to do that, and ensure your cases aren’t thrown out of court as well.
Pure, simple, arcade fun, Terrawurm is well worth taking a bite.
Just glue some gears on it and call it steampunk, that's the trendy fashion nowadays.
While you shouldn’t count on Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy being legally accurate, it’s a hell of a lot of fun.
Want to completely turn off your Nintendo Switch, instead of just putting it into sleep mode? Here's how.
Want to pause downloads on PlayStation 4? Here’s how.
Running out of storage space on your PlayStation 4? Here’s how to format and use an external USB hard drive so you can install games on it.
Running out of storage space on your Xbox One? Here’s how to format and use an external USB hard drive so you can install games on it.
Phoenix Wright is back, and he’s as ludicrous as ever.
Did you know you can plug other consoles and peripherals into the “HDMI In” port at the back of your Xbox One, Xbox One S or Xbox One X?
Welcome to Pebberley Island, where things are much the same, only covered in sand.
Trüberbrook is a feast for the eyes but will leave you feeling otherwise empty.
Black Future '88 is a procedurally generated neon-tinged nightmare that will have you reaching for your laser blaster and leg warmers.