When the review code came through for Pillars of Eternity, it’s fair to say I was more than a little excited. While some sites will go...

Following on from our look at the pen-and-paper genesis of role-playing games, we examine what came next for the genre and its...

We look back at the history of role-playing – prepare for ‘wizard’s sleeve’ and ‘whipping out your broadsword’ jokes – you...

Hotline Miami is one of the most violent games of recent times, and its sequel Wrong Number has managed to outdo its predecessor, so much...

Veteran studio turns its eye to the little guy. Epic Games knows it needs to be courting independent developers. Not that long ago, the...

Survival doesn’t always have to be horrific – we look at what makes dying in The Long Dark so lovely. Since I’m in a cold frame of...

We all know that spoilers are a very bad thing, but can we improve our enjoyment by a total media blackout? It is the third month of...

Recent indie darling Alto’s Adventure is a beautiful thing, but it has left me wondering – where did all the snowsports games...

Thirty-five years after its release, the influence of the Atari 2600 classic Adventure can still be seen in hundreds of games every...

As I get older, it is becoming apparent that the games I enjoy the most are the ones that I can reach the end of. Obtaining a certain...

Sunless Sea was released earlier last month to great praise. Its story, writing, and unique ways of allowing the player to interact with...

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