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Crashday: Redline Edition may undoubtedly be dated in certain areas, but it still has a lot of entertainment to offer a modern gamer.
Mature, dark and meticulously directed, Hellblade offers the most praiseworthy depiction of mental health issues yet seen in a videogame.
During Fantasy Strike's free weekend you'll have access to eight characters, local and online play, and a fully featured training mode. Go on, give it a go.
Now available on consoles as well as PC, Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun offers a great mix of action, strategy and stealth.
Cat Quest isn't perfect, not by any means, but it's a good old-fashioned action RPG that understands the value of keeping the player busy.
Yesterday, it seems like a shedload of us in the "games journalism" industry, including myself, may have jumped the gun a little.
Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice's permadeath mechanic is nothing more than a gimmick, and a cruel one at that.
Acknowledging that it's been rather quietly recently following the release of Danger Zone, Three Fields Entertainment let slip what it's currently up to.
If you're in the market for a stage-based brawler with a nifty teleportation mechanic, you really should give Mr Shifty a try.
Batman: The Enemy Within - Episode 1: The Enigma has it all; brutal action, implausible situations, dramatic dialogue, and some good old detective work.
King of Fighters '99 is as enjoyable to play now as it was nearly 20 years ago. And now it's available on the Nintendo Switch.
White Day: A Labyrinth Named School is coming at you later this month, and it may just cause multiple code brown situations.
Like Batman? Why not watch the first 25 minutes of Batman: The Enemy Within's action packed opening? Go on, you know you want to.
Out later this month on Xbox One, Path of Exile isn't so much a free-to-play game, rather a game that's just free. It's a good one, too.
Cardboard Utopia's Children of Zodiarcs offers a unique spin on the strategy RPG genre that keeps me going back for more.
Bullet Soul Infinite Burst takes the original bullet hell shooter and adds a wealth of enhancements, making it quite a compelling package.
Having had some hands-on time with a preview build, here are 8 reasons why you should be excited about Project CARS 2, released in September.
Set for release next year, Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption looks like what you'd get if you took Dark Souls and tried to somehow make it cute.
Switch owners will have to wait until later in the year for Resident Evil Revelations unfortunately, but at least it is coming.
Obliterating your enemies is pretty much your only objective in Redeemer. There are no puzzles, no dialogue trees; all you need to do to progress is kill.