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Monster Energy Supercross 2 gets a new trailer ahead of its launch on 8th February. Preorder bonuses have been announced, too.
Coming out of nowhere, The Eternal Castle [Remastered] could quite easily turn out to be one of the standout titles of 2019.
Thinking of joining or already a member of Xbox Game Pass? Wondering which games you should play first? These are the ones which we think are the best.
Solar Flux is an entertaining space puzzler that's now available on Switch, but its touchscreen-only controls may rub you up the wrong way.
Love collecting LEGO BrickHeadz? If you don't already own these, you're going to wish you were very rich so you could buy them in a heartbeat.
We're video game industry analysts now, so here are our totally made up predictions for 2019. Honestly, they're all complete and utter twaddle.
Next-gen consoles will apparently allow us to game at 4K resolution and 240 FPS. Yeah right. Yet another ridiculous claim by a video game industry analyst.
Life is Strange 2 joins Xbox Game Pass this month, meaning you can now play the entire Life is Strange series via the service.
Running out of storage space on your Xbox One? Wondering if you should invest in a portable hard drive? We've got you covered!
Happy New Year! For gamers it's starting out rather well, too, with a bevvy of new releases in January aiming to hurt your bank balance.
If you thought 2018 was an epic year for video games, just wait until you see what 2019 has in store. Chances are there are more games to be announced, too.
We've reviewed hundreds of games this year, many of them being simply worth a "meh". Just over a handful, however, have been downright awful.
Jagged Alliance: Rage! is fun for a while, but its stripped down turn-based gameplay struggles to hold your long-term interest.
It may not have a compelling plot or beautiful graphics, but Earth Defense Force 5 is still brilliant nonetheless. Altogether now: EDF! EDF! EDF!
Spintires: MudRunner – American Wilds can feel a bit like hard work at times, but honestly, there's nothing else quite like it.
Buy Just Cause 4 for its explosions and brilliant grappling hook modifications. Don't buy it for its boring and repetitive campaign.
DOOM becomes 25 years old today. Celebrate with Bethesda, and take part in what the company is calling the Year of DOOM to earn rewards.
While its lack of extras is a bit disappointing, SEGA Genesis / Mega Drive Classics offers a great selection of games that are still fun to play.
If side-scrolling beat 'em ups are your thing and you own a Nintendo Switch, you really ought to check out QUByte Interactive's 99Vidas.