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Being the landlord of an apartment building may not sound that interesting, but in Beholder it's made compelling by the choices you have to make as you go about your duplicitous operations.
While easy games are fun to play, sometimes you want to sink your teeth into something that's going to put up a good challenge. Here are 10 of the hardest current gen console games that you'll probably love.
Set for release on 25th January, The Mind's Eclipse looks like it could possibly be one the year's indie gems for point and click fans.
Looking forward to Dissidia Final Fantasy NT which launches on PS4 later this month? Why not give the open beta a try right now?
Have you ever found yourself wondering what it would be like to appear in your favourite game? Here are five games that fans were lucky enough to actually be in.
After a slow start, the Nintendo Switch's library of games is now bursting at the seams. The question is, are too many of them ports?
Over the years there have been a number of game franchises that have unfortunately been abandoned for some reason or another. Here are 10 game series that we'd really to make a comeback.
Its presentation does little to inspire but Fearful Symmetry & The Cursed Prince is a challenging and addictive puzzler for those who feel up to the task.
Collector's editions of games aren't usually worth the extra money, but sometimes they do prove to be worthwhile investments. Here are the 5 most valuable PS4 collector's edition games to prove it.
Sometimes games end up being on sale while containing content that's a bit questionable. Want some examples? Here are 7 games that were censored after they were released.
The Xbox One X is a powerful beast, but unless a game has been optimised for it, we miss out on a lot of its potential. Here are 10 games that would really benefit from an Xbox One X update.
The Witcher 3 is a brilliant game, but if you're an Xbox One gamer who loves achievements you might want to think twice before jumping into it.
January is always a quiet month for games, but here are 5 that we think you probably ought to keep an eye on. Whether you can afford them after Christmas is another matter, however.
Romancing SaGa 2 has me fondly remembering the time I spent playing JRPGs in my youth, but some issues make me thankful that games have moved on.
The Witcher 3's Geralt of Rivia is certainly a hard-ass, but you wouldn't always guess so from his colourful and often ghastly attire.
Being inquisitive during a PUBG match, I decided to crash my buggy into a bike to see what would happen. The result was rather unexpected...
It may not have all the bells and whistles found in the other console versions, but FIFA 18 on Switch is a great portable football game.
Due for release early next year on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, Mini Wheels is a karting game that's set to put its story first.
The Witcher 3 finally gets its Xbox One X update patch, meaning we're all going to lose 100 hours of our lives again, aren't we?
Brawlout brings fast and furious brawler action to the Switch before Super Smash Bros. has even been announced. Albeit with plenty of issues along the way.