Science fiction tends to follow certain themes and preoccupations, no matter the medium. The Turing Test deals with the thoroughly modern fixation on sentient artificial intelligence.
Playing The Silver Case is like looking through a window into the mind of Goichi Suda (AKA Suda51) and those at Grasshopper Manufacture.
Playing Kokoromi's SuperHyperCube is as easy as pushing a square block through a square hole.
Phoenix Wright – and friends – return in Spirit of Justice, the sixth main entry in Capcom's Ace Attorney series.
Benjamin River’s new game, Alone with You is the everyday tale of workplace stress, romance and being stranded on another planet.
After leaving us in limbo for six years Playdead return with Inside.
On paper, Firewatch doesn't sound like it's going to be a particularly exciting experience, sitting in a remote lookout tower waiting for fires to start.
Does FAST Racing NEO match up to the games that inspired it?
Star Wars Battlefront is here but is the Force strong with this one?
Fallout 4 is here. But what do the reviews say? Here's our round-up.
Assassin's Creed Syndicate reviews point to a much-need improvement in Ubisoft's long-running series.
Minecraft the franchise is as big as they come, but it's not universally loved.
A review of The Beginner's Guide is quite a difficult thing to write, in the context of not giving anything away.
The Guinness World Records Gamer's Edition 2016 is a bit of a strange thing.
As Nintendo lets players take control of their flagship series we check out the critical reception to Super Mario Maker.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is out now. We take a look at how the game has been received and reviewed by the press.
Q.U.B.E, or Quick Understanding of Block Extrusion, to give the game its full name, was first released on PC way back in 2011.
Dry land is a myth.
Yoshi's Woolly World is a big ball of fun.
MonsterBag is unusual then as it has been designed solely for the Vita and makes use of the touch screen as one of its core mechanics.