With its vast world, intricate plotting and bustling menagerie of weird, wonderful characters, the latest title in BioWare’s Dragon Age series has proved a critical hit since its release in November.
It was only a brief rush of shots but there's plenty to be getting on with in the first trailer for The Force Awakens.
Welcome to Throwback Friday, the weekly article that looks back at classic games and movies. This week we look at the classic TV series, Eerie, Indiana.
11 Bit Studios' new war sim claims enough sales to cover its production costs in no time at all.
Takashi Sensui's role as Xbox Japan's head comes to an end.
Matt discusses what he liked about the teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Adam has watched the new teaser trailer for Star Wars Episode VII, but he's not overly excited.
The first trailer for JJ Abrams Star Wars sequel is here, cue the music!
Something is coming up at the Game Awards has Druckmann “very excited,” may the speculation commence!
Matt reviews the latest release in the Lego Franchise, Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham
Genre convention asserts that the best 2D shooters are made in Japan, not Europe, and as a consequence, the Euro shoot-’em-up (or “Euroshmup” to the cognoscenti) is applied as a broad derogatory term to lacklustre contributions to the field, often regardless of country of origin.
Something has altered time, and Dragonball’s greatest battles are now being won by the villains.
Oh My Glob! Warner Bros are working on an Adventure Time movie.