Playable only in online co-op, We Were Here Forever is a delightful puzzle game best enjoyed with a close friend or loved one.
February is a very busy month for games releases. We've rounded up the best of them right here, from AAA big-hitters to indie releases.
Exclusive to next-gen consoles and PC, World War Z's Horde Mode XL pits you against an extraordinary number of zombies.
Life is Strange 2 is now available on Nintendo Switch, bringing Sean and Daniel's incredible journey into your hands.
It's early days for Warlander, and while there are some things that undoubtedly need polishing and tweaking, there's fun to be had at its core.
Recording memories is at the heart of Season: A Letter to the Future, something we all should be doing more of in real life.
The first major DLC for the brilliant Marvel's Midnight Suns is here. Add Deadpool to your team and chances are you won't look back.
Dance of Death: Du Lac & Fey is finally available on consoles. With a wealth of issues, however, it has one key redeeming feature.
Clunky Hero is unlikely to rock anyone's world, but it's entertaining enough thanks to its metroidvania gameplay and irreverent humour.
If you're jumping into Monster Hunter Rise for the first time, we've got a suite of tips to help you master the hunt.
We've had our hands on a DualSense Edge PS5 controller, and we're here to share a closer look at what you'll find inside the box.
Wonderfully presented with comic book stylings, there's a lot to like about The Legend of Tianding, now available on PlayStation.
Persona 3 Portable and Persona 4 Golden make their way to new platforms this week, and while the ports are good they're not perfect.
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Now Available on PlayStation and Xbox consoles, Yuppie Psycho is a Fun Take on the Survival Horror Format
Now available on PlayStation and Xbox consoles as well as Switch and PC, Yuppie Psycho is a unique office-based horror experience.
If you're a fan of point and click adventures, there's a new one on the scene this week: Children of Silentown.
Karl Pilkington has seen the future, courtesy of YouTuber HuffingtonPants, and it's a cybernetic crisp picker-upper.
Currently in development, C64-style western Bad Pixels reminds us of nothing so much as a prequel to LucasArts' Outlaws.
The words "relaxing" and "chill" are not what you'd normally associate with FromSoftware games, but hear us out.
Now available on consoles after launching on PC back in 2021, Grime: Colors of Rot is a tough-as-rock action RPG with a unique setting.