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Wondering how to get more minions in Evil Genius 2? Here's everything you need to know about recruiting help in your evil lair.
Being an evil genius is hard work – that's why it's handy to have henchmen by your side. But how do you recruit henchmen in Evil Genius 2?
A new month is upon us, and that means a slew of new games releases.
Essentially another word for 'information', intel is very important in Evil Genius 2, and you'll need it in order to progress. But how do you gain Intel?
Built a room in your evil lair in Evil Genius 2, but want to move it to somewhere else? Here's what you need to do.
Evil Genius 2 allows players to plot world domination. But can you do that with a controller, or is it strictly keyboard and mouse?
Ready to jump into Evil Genius 2, but wondering if you can bring a friend along for some dastardly deeds? Here's what you need to know.
Available now on Switch or PC, The Game of Life 2 digitises the popular age-old board game, but does it life up to the original?
Want to slay some demons?
Co-op gaming really doesn't get any better than this.
If a simulation game that concerns itself with evil-doing is your precise cup of tea, there's an awful lot to like here.
Wondering how to beat the giant metal bull in It Takes Two? Here's everything you need to know about winning this boss fight.
The Wasp Queen is the second major boss you'll come up against in It Takes Two, and she puts up a good fight. Here's how to beat her.
It Takes Two is all about playing in co-op. But does it have online matchmaking? Here's what you need to know.
It Takes Two is a game designed to be played in co-op. But does it have a single player mode? Here's everything you need to know.
If you like your puzzle games with a good helping of the macabre, then consider DARQ to be on your must-play list.
From owning pets to going on holiday or heading off to university, there are so many great Sims 4 expansion packs out there.
Many games try to recreate the magic of 90s platformers, but few do it quite as well as Kaze and the Wild Masks.
Set in a post-apocalyptic alternative world, Paradise Lost isn't very long but it'll have its hooks in you from start to finish.
Available now on Steam for just $2, For Sparta is worth every penny.