The biggest problem facing true immersion in video games?
A game that promised to be marmite but delivered mediocrity
A look at one of the most taken-for-granted practices in the industry
An Old-Style RPG that turns out to be one of the best
Editorial applications are open for the news, food and games sections, you have until midday on the 25th of November to apply
I always knew there was something special about this genre of games
Robert Parris offers his thoughts on Destiny’s newest expansion
God of War first released onto the PlayStation 2 in March 2005. A lot has happened since then…
New game, old formula
The games industry doubles up on the nazi theme this week, but we’re not complaining #NoMoreNazis
Nintendo keep the Switch train rolling with their latest Mario blockbuster
It’s been just over a month since the highly anticipated launch of Battlefield 1, so what’s the skinny? Was it worth the wait?
Continuing my kick on the 1980s that started last week with the British home computer, and how influential it was in not only British video games, but the computing industry, I’d like to cross the pond and talk about North America’s adventures with video games
Gears 4 feels like a great starting off point for a new trilogy, in places it even feels like this was what they were going for with the original Gears of War
You can get a lot for free, bottle openers, frying pans, and even decent games. Here are some great free games that you can play
Matthew Cole puts a romantic spin on the act of befriending clammy freaks on the web.