Is NBA Playgrounds a slam dunk, or just a bit of a childish merry-go-round?

Does puzzle mash-up Puyo Puyo Tetris prove that blobs and blocks work better together?

The Sexy Brutale brings new meaning to the phrase gameplay loop, but is it repetitive? It's Cluedo meets Groundhog day, but is it repetitive?

Exercise for your gnoggin.

Is Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap the remake this classic game deserves, or yet another cheap, shoddy cash-in on video game nostalgia?

Who would have known? All these years lurking under the cheery patchwork of LittleBigPlanet, Tarsier Studios has been harbouring a dark, twisted vision.

The Final Station hit upon something that few games manage: it had a message.

There's something so perfectly human about a train at the end of the world.

In case you weren't aware, Jim Rossignol – games journo, co-founder of Rock, Paper, Shotgun, and now a game developer – really likes robots.

Mr Shifty review

Imagine my horror when, trying to think of a way to describe Mr Shifty, I hit upon, “it’s like Hotline Miami, but with ‘blink’ from Dishonored.”