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Telltale's The Walking Dead series may be over, but our love for it doesn't have to be: Skybound has just revealed some collector's editions of the game available from September.
To honour Paris's Notre Dame, Ubisoft is giving away free copies of Assassin's Creed Unity on PC for the next week.
Online games are better played with friends. While it's easy to join up with your friends in World War Z, it's not the case for creating a private game.
Or a coaster. Or a hat.
A mysterious island, human cloning, rebirth and... dungeon crawling? What more could you possibly want?
There ain't no party like an Xbox party!
Game of Thrones has finally returned to our screens for its final season. But what else has its actors been up to?
Here's everything you need to know about healing your characters in Zanki Zero: Last Beginning.
Here's everything you need to know about saving your game in Zanki Zero.
I sat down to enjoy a little bit of Tetris Effect earlier this week, but I just couldn't enjoy it in the same way I used to. The reason? Tetris 99.
It's great that Sony has finally given us the option to change our PSN names after so long, but is it a risk worth taking? Short answer: no.
Part narrative adventure, part RPG and part dungeon crawler, Zanki Zero: Last Beginning is crazy - but it'll have you desperate to play more.
Family Man isn't quite as family friendly as it would seem at first glance – and it's all the more appealing for it.
It's very much like the first game, except it also stars a dog. And that's no bad thing.
First person dungeon crawlers are inherently old-fashioned, but they don't have to be – and Zen Studios' Operencia: The Stolen Sun is fantastic proof of that.
From Face McShooty to a sexually charged robot, check out some of the most hilarious bits of video game history in our Top 10 Borderlands 2 Funny Moments!
If golf games on PS4 are your thing, here are seven of the best that you really ought to swing your virtual club at.
Nelke & The Legendary Alchemists: Ateliers of the New World opens itself up to be a rewarding and engaging experience that's surprisingly hard to put down.
I feel like we say a game is "better than ever on Switch" quite often, but in the case of Final Fantasy VII, that's unequivocally true.
Final Fantasy VII, now available on Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, allows players to enable unlimited HP/MP. Here's how to do it.