EA was so preoccupied with whether it could port Apex Legends to Nintendo Switch, it didn't stop to think if...
From his barrel-hopping days of the early 80s to his recent globe-trotting 3D adventure in 2018, Mario has a unique knack for staying relevant.
Is Stadia worth getting in 2021? Recent events suggest an uncertain future for Google’s game streaming platform but there’s still a lot to like.
Hitman 3 is more proof that IO Interactive is one of the most creative studios working today.
Whilst Paradise Killer's denouement might not have managed to land the killing blow, you'll still be in paradise from start to finish.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla: a smörgåsbord of sparkling open-world ideas or a gluttonous, over-facing plateful that's tough to stomach?
Pure Pool on Nintendo Switch is a precision-polished port and a brilliant recreation of the sport.
Hotshot Racing is the latest retro-modern take on classic arcade racers. Does it earn its place on that competitive podium?
The second in Supermassive's Dark Pictures Anthology, Little Hope, is here. Can we hope for an improvement on last year's opener, Man of Medan?
Pikmin 3 is the latest game to be plucked from the Wii U library and ported to the Nintendo Switch, but does this gem earn its...
Lost Ember brings a contemplative journey of discovery to the Nintendo Switch.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars on Switch rises above a host of small niggles to remind us that when it comes to gameplay, Nintendo's Italian plumber is...
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 revitalizes the dormant skate series with a frontside 180 onto modern tech.
As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be an RPG maker.
"Alan, wake up."
Callum grapples with EA Sports UFC 4, and he thinks it might just be the series' best outing to date.
What’s refreshing about Deep Silver’s Windbound is that it isn’t afraid to wear its influences on its sleeve.
The Eternal Castle [Remastered] comes to the Nintendo Switch 23 years after its original release. Or does it?
Star Wars Episode I: Racer comes to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. Yippee! But can a 21-year-old racing game save the Star Wars franchise?
Get in the taxi. We need to talk about Night Call on Nintendo Switch.
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