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This month marks Bloodborne's third anniversary, and so what better time to take a look back on what made it so brilliant?
Believe it or not, games based on licensed properties can actually be pretty fantastic. No, really – we've got a list to prove it.
The Surge was one of the most underrated games of 2017, so we were very excited when Deck13 announced a sequel, The Surge 2, was on the way. Here's what we'd like to see from it.
Sequels aren't always great, but when we find a game we love, we're always left wanting more. Here are eight games that really should get a sequel.
If you own Sony's latest PlayStation console, there are a tonne of great games you'll want to have in your collection. Here are 10 of the best PS4 exclusives available right now.
The 90th (yes, 90th!) Academy Awards Nominations were announced last week — and just like every year, there were the sure things, the surprises and of course, the snubs.
Marvel and Star Wars may seem to dominate the box office lately, but there's plenty more to be excited for.
With last week’s news that Dark Souls is finally getting the remastered treatment, I immediately started to wonder exactly what was going to change.
With an average score of 73 on Metacritic, Deck13's The Surge is undoubtedly the most underrated and underplayed game of 2017.
Elex has a great world, but it needed much more time in the oven to be the game its promising previews made it seem to be.
For all its beauty and smart design, Hob suffers from a host of technical and design issues that hold it back from being the truly amazing game that it deserves to be.
Bend and Days Gone have yet to prove themselves in terms of story and original gameplay, so until I see otherwise, my excitement is tepid at best.
During E3, I was privy to a preview of Battle Chasers: Nightwar, developed by Airship Syndicate and published by THQ Nordic.
Surprisingly, my hands-on time with Dead Alliance during E3 2017 showed promise and an interesting spin on both the zombie and FPS genres.
Already a huge success on PC and now coming to Xbox One, Grinding Gears’ free-to-play action RPG will immediately call to mind Diablo – and that can only be a good thing.
My feet are sore. I’m exhausted and I can’t wait to lay down and sleep in my own bed. With that said, E3 2017 was a great year and now upon reflection, I’ve decided my top five games of the show - and they might not be what you expect.
There are an absurd amount of systems, variety and choice in ELEX, and coupled with its wonderfully detailed and realised world, it's a game I'm incredibly excited to dive into.
If nothing you've seen from E3 2017 has excited you in some way? Then maybe it's time to find a new hobby.
Crouched in a cabin, desperately searching for car keys to the newly repaired, refuelled car, the ominous sound of frantic music sends shivers up my spine.
Have you ever really wanted to love a game but it's riddled with so many bugs that you just can’t?