Obsidian Entertainment's intergalactic RPG, The Outer Worlds, gets a confirmed Nintendo Switch release date.
We put together one of those lists again. This one's the 20 video games we're most looking forward to in 2020.
We did one of those game of the year lists for 2019. We only fell out a dozen times discussing it.
Here's our list of the 10 best video games of the last decade, with 40-50 games that were on the shortlist but didn't quite get the...
The Wordcast. It’s like a podcast, but it’s written down, and you read it with your eyes. This week, Callum and Tom discuss the Dead Rising...
Sayonara Wild Hearts and Overland headline next week’s new PlayStation Store releases for the PS4.
It's almost the end of the year, which means it's time to arbitrarily list things. Here are the 18 most important games of 2018.
Do you aspire to be a writer? Do you also like video games? Then read on, friend, because we'd very much like to hear from you.
The Wordcast. It’s like a podcast, but it’s written down, and you read it with your eyes. This week, Tom and Dan preview Insomniac’s Spider-Man.
This week in video games: it’s all about PUBG, GDC, Ni No Kuni, and Nintendo Nindies. Here’s our digest of the week’s top gaming news stories.
Test your knowledge of Japanese role playing games with the first Thumbsticks cover art quiz.
It's been one hell of a year for the video game industry, but what were the best video games of 2017? Here's Team Thumbsticks' list, in...
Too many video games is a nice problem to have, right?
Bethesda invited us to take a trip to Bethesdaland this E3. Here’s what we discovered.
How do we cure the January blues? It's simple: we win The Batman.
Electronic Arts might not be showing up the main event, but their press conference fires the starting pistol on this year’s E3.
In many respects 2014 was far from a vintage year for videogames.
In this final part we look at indie title InFlux and PS Vita darling, Tearaway.
We asked our writers to pick their gaming moments of 2013 from any title they played over the last 12 months.
The games industry never stands still for long and 2013 has proved no exception.
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