There are very few games I've played this year that can match the sheer ambition of Greedfall.
It's time to say farewell to an old friend, for the final time. Make sure you keep that hair short.
It’s safe to say that Life Is Strange 2 hasn’t been a slam dunk so far. Does episode 4, Faith, mark an improvement?
Remedy has always been a studio that cares about the single-player experience. Does Control continue the studio's stellar reputation?
Beyond: Two Souls is the second of Quantic Dream’s former Sony exclusives to make its way to the Epic Games Store.
Effie, Inverge Studios’ new 3D adventure game, initially sets out with a noble goal.
We're suckers for a good tycoon game, but this one might need a little big longer in the incubator.
The beautiful pixel-art graphics that greet you upon your first adventure into the cutesy world of Summer Catchers make you desperately want to love it.
I can say with almost complete certainty that you’ve never played a game quite like Pathologic 2.
Reading the synopsis for Samurai Punk’s Feather, you’d be forgiven for imagining this was a game in the same vein as Journey or Abzu.
After the slow second entry of Life Is Strange 2, Dontnod Entertainment had a lot of ground to cover in its next episode, Wastelands.
I never really understood the appeal of pixel-art horror.
Near every video game genre has a franchise that’s helped define it. Fighting games have Mortal Kombat; Resident Evil is the king of horror; and Burnout is the...
While Tropico is one of the city-builder genre’s most prominent and long-standing franchises, the series’ newest entry, Tropico 6, marks Callum's first ever adventure into this...
If there’s any property that hasn’t shied away from the realm of video games, it’s Warhammer.
If there was one defining image that encompassed Metro, it was the dark, claustrophobic tunnels that its sombre world existed in.
It goes without saying that there have been a lot of scary horror games over the years.
The debut episode of Life Is Strange 2 was a promising first step for the next entry in Square Enix’s beloved adventure game franchise.
Despite the fact it’s a remake, Capcom’s glorious revisiting of Resident Evil 2 feels more like a game of new beginnings than one of nostalgia.
Hopelessly lost, dangerously malnourished and falling weaker by the second due to encroaching hypothermia, my journey through the freezing wilderness had become one of pure tension...