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Starting today and running for 30 days, Killing Floor 2's The Summer Sideshow timed seasonal event offers a circus-themed map and more.
Limited to only 999 units, the "Legendary" edition of Assassin's Creed Origins, dubbed the Dawn of the Creed, will set you back a fortune.
Presented as some sort of demented gameshow in which the only prize up for grabs is your life, Jump Stars offers over 20 stages covering 10 event types.
Lots of games will be getting patched to fully support the power that Xbox One X will offer. Here's all the games we know of so far.
Set for release sometime next year Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is the spiritual successor to the likes of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.
Thanks to the lovely people over at Honor Code, we have copies of Narcosis up for grabs on both Xbox One and PC.
Picking up directly from where episode 1 of Guardians of the Galaxy: A Telltale Series left off, episode 2, Under Pressure, is another solid instalment.
Tom Happ's excellent Axiom Verge gets physical. The Multiverse Edition arrives this August on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Wii U and Switch.
Universal have announced three videogame tie-ins that will allow fans to deeper entrench themselves in The Mummy's dark supernatural world.
Just ahead of E3, the street date of Project CARS 2 has been announced alongside the release of a new trailer. Enter, and give it a watch.
The Chemical Plant Zone returns in Sonic Mania, but gameplay videos show that it has gone through some changes to keep us on our toes.
If you're a PC gamer who's a fan of the Wipeout series, it's certainly worth checking out Redout: Enhanced Edition and Formula Fusion.
A third-person co-op shooter for up to four players, Strange Brigade will have you knee deep in action as you fend off all manner of mythological nasties.
If you want to play games on your PC without having to worry about DRM, head on over to GOG.com right now to see what's on offer.
For the more cerebrally-inclined, Conarium offers an interesting story wrapped up within a slow-paced but visually enticing adventure.
In all honesty, Tekken 7 feels so good to play that you don't really mind that it's not the most fully-featured title out there.
The PS4 Pro is a nice piece of kit. But with lacklustre support from developers, it's hard to not be underwhelmed by what it offers.
Everspace is so much more than a pretty face - your ability to manage resources is just as vital as your skill at shooting down enemy ships.
It seems the UK has responded to Tekken 7 rather well, making it the first to hit the number 1 spot in the sales chart since Tekken 3 in 1998.
If you're like us and absolutely adore action-adventure and horror games, you're going to want to keep your eye on Die Young.