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We review the zany and entertaining Saints Row IV standalone expansion, Gat Out of Hell.
Happy Sunday, GameSpewers! This week has been a week of reviews, as we've tried to catch up with our to-play pile. The fun of...
We review the uber-addictive retro-style Woah Dave! on PS Vita
We review the impossibly addictive Terraria on PlayStation 4.
Hironobu Sakaguchi, the man behind the massive Final Fantasy series, is to receive a lifetime achievement award at the Game Developers Choice Awards in March.
We review Telltale Games' attempt at recreating Westeros in episode 1 of Game of Thrones
We reviewed part one of Dontnod's brand new episodic adventure, Life is Strange. We've gotta say, it's rather awesome.
Here's your summary of all the news, reviews and features that's gone down at GameSpew this week.
Visceral Games, one of EA's studios, will be releasing an open beta for Battlefield Hardline from 3 to 8 February. The beta will be...
We've got a sneak peek at some screenshots from the elusive Final Fantasy XV by Square Enix.
Traveller's Tales have announced a Lego Jurassic World game coming this summer, along with a Marvel Avengers title.
Playstation have teamed up with Spotify to launch new music streaming service, PlayStation Music.
Sony have announced today that they are axing some built-in features from the PlayStation Vita.
We played Grim Fandango Remastered on PlayStation 4 - and absolutely loved it. Read our review here.
Randy Pitchford has announced that Borderlands 3 is on its way.
It's Sunday, so that means the end of a week and a recap of all that's gone down in the gaming world and links...
Sony's "apology" 10% discount is live for the weekend - check out the best deals you can bag with it on the PSN store.
Charles Cecil discusses Revolution Games' next project, Beneath a Steel Sky 2 and pretty much confirms Broken Sword 6 will happen.
We've got a first look at episode 2 of Telltale's Game of Thrones series for your ogling pleasure.
Rogue Legacy surprised us with its brilliance, despite its 90s throwback graphics. I explain why everyone should embrace its simplistic excellence.