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Set for release this September, a wonderful new art style and more combat options make Tales of Arise an enticing prospect for JRPG fans.
Got a PS5 and a Sony 3D Pulse headset? Play these games and discover how 3D audio can elevate your gaming experience to the next level.
Featuring all the rallies of the 2021 season plus historical content, WRC 10 promises to be the biggest WRC game to date. Our preview.
RiMS Racing is a motorbike game like no other, challenging players to not only be a rider, but also a mechanic and an engineer. Our preview.
Lemnis Gate masterfully blends the first-person shooter and turn-based strategy genres to create something that feels truly unique.
Square Enix gave us another look at PlatinumGames' Babylon's Fall, and as well as PS4 and PC, it's also coming to PS5.
Team Ninja is developing a new Final Fantasy game for consoles and PC. Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin launches next year.
Did you miss the Bethesda and Xbox E3 showcase? Don't worry; here's a round-up of everything announced and revealed during the show.
If you're playing Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, chances are you'll want the ultimate weapon, the Ryno 8. Here's how you get it.
Thinking of picking up Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart and wondering if it has any co-op or multiplayer features? We've got the answer.
Wondering how long it's likely to take you to beat Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart? We've got all the information you need right here.
Just starting Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart and wondering what difficulty to play on? Hopefully we can help you with your choice.
Playing Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart and wondering how you save your game? We've got all the info you need right here.
Missed the Summer Game Fest: Kickoff Live! show? Here's everything that was shown off or announced in one handy place.
Set to be published under Koch Media's new publishing label, Prime Matter, Starbreeze Studios' Payday 3 will hit consoles and PC in 2023.
Remember the Painkiller series? A new entry is on the way for PC and consoles, with more information about it set to be revealed soon.
Set for release on Switch and PC later this month, LEGO Builder's Journey challenges players to use bricks to lead a child to their parent.
Ninja Gaiden Master Collection bundles up three challenging action games, a couple of which some consider to be classics. Our review.
Now available on PC, No More Heroes and No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle are both charming games but their ports are awfully basic.
Got PlayStation Now and love playing games with friends and family members? Check out our list of the best couch co-op games on PS Now.