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Out in cinemas now, Thor: Love and Thunder is a strong entry in Thor’s catalogue and to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a whole.
From The Last of Us' Ellie to Bentley from Sly Cooper, here are the best PlayStation sidekicks we can't help but love.
Hot off the heels of Spider-Man: No Way Home, Marvel’s other multiversal mash-up movie, comes the long-overdue sequel to 2016’s Doctor Strange.
With LEGO already busy releasing licensed Mario, Sonic, Nintendo and now Horizon Forbidden West sets, it has us thinking: what other gaming-themed LEGO sets would we like to see?
Which side of the law do you want to be on, punk? Here are the best video games that let you play as a cop.
While it makes a few missteps, 2022's The Batman stands out for its exceptional acting, directing and pacing, and sublime cinematography.
Wondering what you can take to entertain yourself and the family while you're on holiday? Don't worry - we've got you covered.
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.