How do you move on from the Arkham series? It's simple. We, uh, kill the Batman. (And the rest of the Justice League, while we're at it.)
Blue skies, lurching water, and an island looms into view. Such were the sights that began Another Code:…
The relationship between authors and the games that spring from their work is a curious one.
Jusant, the latest from Don't Nod, is a climbing puzzle game – quite the departure for a developer best known for its narrative games.
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.
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…
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?
Grab your Walkman and your pastel shell suit: we're hunting for Cassette Beasts.
Respawn serves up another slice of Jedi action, but is this the game you’re looking for? There are…
WayForward has given Advance Wars the modern treatment. Is this re-boot (camp) still the real deal?
Bayonetta games are a bit like (infernal demon) trains: You wait eight years for one, then two arrive in the space of six months.
Another week, another Wii-era remaster returns to haunt modern platforms.
Deliver Us Mars, the sequel to 2018's Deliver Us The Moon, tells the strangely grounded tale of Kathy Johanson, an astronaut who goes in search of her father.
Despite its collection of influences so familiar it borders on cliche, Dust & Neon is a fun twin-stick romp with a killer mechanic.