Where Watch Dogs had you firing guns aplenty, Watch Dogs 2 led you towards stealth and non-lethal attacks. What will Watch Dogs 3 be?
Sometimes early access is a venture taken too early.
Available on PlayStation 4, the Danganronpa Trilogy makes for a great way to jump into the series if you haven't played any of the titles before.
What’s a bird’s favourite fantasy movie? Lord of the Wings.
Dreams isn’t necessarily revolutionising the artistic world, or the gaming world, but it’s opening up a whole new avenue of limitless potential.
Want all the fun of an adventure without the arduous slog? Swag and Sorcery might just be the game for you. Plus, it has fashion shows.
Released last month on Switch and PC, The Mystery of Woolley Mountain is a point and click style game that’ll take you back to the old days of the genre.
Grave Keeper is an entertaining way to spend a few hours, but there's only so many times you can kill the Skeleton King.
It's been a rainy, rainy week, and so these are the games we've been keeping dry with.
Darkness reigns in Dark Devotion, but do you have the conviction to see your Templar's adventure through to its end?
After watching the gameplay reveal, we're more excited than ever for Borderlands 3. September just can't come soon enough!
If you’ve played Party Hard 2 to death and are looking for something to push the party into extra time, then Alien Butt Form should fit the bill.
Does Apex Legends have what it takes to become a long-lasting hit, or will it just be little more than a flash in the pan?
If you enjoy an unforgiving difficulty, you'll no doubt get a kick out of Lifeless Vanguard.
We hope your bank account is ready, because there are many games coming your way this May. Get the lowdown on them all right here.
Creating memorable, distinctive and immersive atmosphere in games is not easy.
"Horrendous" isn't even the right word for what I've just witnessed in those two minutes and forty six seconds of Sonic The Hedgehog trailer hellfire.
Dive into a world where you’ll be racing at the speed of light in zero gravity.
Playing The Padre is like having a conversation with someone who has split personality disorder.
What have we been playing this week? Well why don't you find out...