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With Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition hitting storefronts, let's revisit 7 wonderful things about the series that you might have forgotten.
With Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition out this week, we're thinking about the activities we've got to look forward to.
As a follow-on from 2018's Venom, Venom: Let There Be Carnage hits most of the key notes needed for a sequel.
Want to embrace the feel of the classic spy movie on your games console? Here are eight of the best spy games on PS4.
Which one is your number one?
Martial arts meets superhero.
The DualSense controller is a truly standout feature of the PS5 experience, but just what makes it so great?
A series that has been around for 20 years, we look back on the history of Ratchet & Clank before the release of Rift Apart.
He's been around for 25 years, and the ever-popular Crash Bandicoot shows no signs of stopping.
This year has seen the Hitman: World of Assassination trilogy wrap up in the form of the excellent Hitman 3. But just how much has the series changed since its beginnings in 2000?
Do games these days need to be so big? Is a longer game automatically a better game?
Sometimes a game just needs a little something to set itself apart from the crowd. Megaton Rainfall has that something.
Let's face it, real life sucks at times. It's filled with lots of annoying little things that nobody wants to do. Thank god games offer us some escape, yeah?
The Solus Project arrives on PS4 and PSVR, and it's still one of the best single player exploration and survival experiences out there.
Back in July 2016, with reports of slow, shambling bodies falling into lakes, being hit by cars and generally getting into all kinds of shenanigans, it seemed that a much feared zombie apocalypse was upon us.
You know when you get a new TV and you want a really high-res, gorgeous image to show off your new tech? Essentially, Puzzle...
CastleStorm VR may not be a huge title from a huge developer, but the whole package is almost perfectly formed.
You're probably used to slaying zombies by night, shrouded in darkness or in the depths of some spooky mansion, so to be battling against the undead in literal Arizona sunshine makes for something of a welcome change.
Imitating the neon-soaked arcade cabinets of the 1980s is a great way to hit gamers right in their nostalgia centres; an approach that Kung...