Alan, Wake up!
Six months have passed since its release, and we've finally played enough of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom to review it properly.
As befits the genre, our mystery begins with our detective's peace shattered by a ringing telephone – a call from their supervisor, and a new case to investigate.
The chance to see Mario change into an elephant shouldn’t be missed.
"At first, we were gonna go with everyone, but someone had to stay behind to look after the chocobo egg, so we stayed."
Updated: October 31, 2023. The complete list of NES, SNES, N64, Game Boy, GBA, and Sega Genesis games on Nintendo Switch Online.
Everyone's friendly neighbourhood superhero is back in Marvel's Spider-Man 2, and he's more Venomous than ever.
Detective Pikachu Returns centres on Detective Pikachu, who happens to be both a detective and a Pikachu. Also…
It's 1984. The most exciting thing in the world is crisps. But all that is about to change. Let's take a beige-tinted amble down remembery avenue.
A year ago, I wrote an article defending EA’s continued decision to hobble Nintendo Switch owners with rinse-and-repeat…
Cut Scenes is Josh's regular examination of the intersection between video game and film. This week it's Hitman 2: Silent Assassin and Ripley's Game.
Want to play the first Red Dead Redemption before you play Red Dead Redemption 2? Here are your options.
Agent 64: Spies Never Die might look like a modern "demake" in the style of Goldeneye 007, but there's a lot more to it than its retro looks.
Remember when we were all disappointed that Exoprimal wasn't a sequel to Dino Crisis? Just hold that thought.
Video game music – performed live by a string quartet, in an intimate, candlelit setting – sounds perfect. But is there a tough boss lurking behind the scenes?
"Arcade is Dead", or so they say, but its modern descendant, the bar-slash-arcade? That's alive and well, if a little bit sozzled.
We spoke to Judith Cheung of Lofty Sky about the value of GDC Pitch and the studio's wide range, from hard-hitting documentaries to video games.
Cut Scenes is Josh’s regular examination of the intersection between video game and film. This week, it's Cyberpunk 2077 vs. Strange Days.
You can't play every single video game. It would be statistically and physically impossible, for one thing.
Cut Scenes is Josh's regular examination of the intersection between video game and film. On the ticket this time, it's Max Payne 3 and Man on Fire.