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Splinter Cell Blacklist and Splinter Cell Double Agent join the Xbox One backwards compatibility list. Xbox One is the home of Sam Fisher, it would seem.
Can't wait to start playing The Walking Dead: The Final Season? You can play the first 15 minutes of the first episode right now on PS4 and Xbox One.
Created in collaboration with Rockstar Games, the video for Solomun's latest release, 'Customer is King', is made entirely within the world of GTAV.
Now available on Nintendo Switch, Titan Quest has its fair share of problems but it's utterly essential for fans of action RPGs with mountains of loot.
Still playing Battlefield 1 on Xbox One? You'll be pleased to hear that it finally has Xbox One X support. Better late than never!
Looking forward to Shadow of the Tomb Raider? Yeah, we are too. Why not check out this new trailer for the game while you're patiently waiting.
Insomniac Games' PS4 Spider-Man game, imaginatively titled Spider-Man, has gone gold. But what does that mean? Our spider senses are tingling.
Anyone that has played Moonlighter will agree that it's great. It's even better thanks to today's update though. Get it bought if you haven't done already!
Just seen Mission: Impossible - Fallout and want to play something that delivers the same mix of espionage and action? Try these games out.
You could play Gene Rain, or you could play a good third-person cover shooter like Gears of War or Uncharted. It's up to you.
Is Vampyr's combat getting you down? You'll be able to make it easier or harder by the end of summer, allowing you to embrace the game on your own terms.
Video games. Sometimes we wonder if they were a mistake, but we still play them regardless. Lots of them, in fact. As it's the summer, AAA...
Previously only available on PlayStation Vita, Ys: Memories of Celceta has now made the leap onto PC. Action RPG fans should definitely check it out.
Remothered: Tormented Fathers is one of those games that you really want to love, but can't because it keeps kicking you in the face.
Pong reimagined as a fighting game. Whatever will they think of next. Ultra Space Battle Brawl looks pretty cool though, so we're not complaining.
Taking the best elements from Sonic games while adding its own unique mechanics, Spark the Electric Jester is the game you should play after Sonic Mania.
At launch, Phantom 8 Studio's Past Cure was crushingly disappointing. With its latest patch, however, things have somewhat been turned around.
We've never even thought about playing Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice in VR, but now that it's happening we're rather excited to try it.
Lots of games let you take control of giant mechs, but there aren't many that truly convey the feel of being in one. Archangel: Hellfire does.
Backwards compatibility isn't new, but it faces a new challenge that I hope both developers and publishers take into consideration in the future.