For the past two years the 300-strong team at Ubisoft’s Quebec office has been pondering a vital question.
If you're wondering whether The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is worth looking at you should take a look at the review scores list we have here.
PS4 and Xbox One owners will get to play the latest Assassin's Creed romp from Ubisoft first, while PC owners will have to wait a little longer.
Cult Japanese developer Treasure is famed for the quality of its work, but all too often its releases have evaded the attention of the mainstream in the west.
The advent of freemium gaming has led inextricably to many a title being played at a snail pace, as users seek to avoid shelling out cash for in-game currency to speed up progress. Lifeline (£2.39, 3 minute games, iOS) may take its time to unravel – but here it is a deliberate gaming mechanic, not a cheap cash grab.
If you’ve been submerged under a deluge of reminders for friends’ birthdays on Facebook, you’re not alone: the social network has confirmed that a bug in its notification system meant that it sent out many many more push notifications, emails and the like than it should have.
Details emerge about the existence of a cinematic Fallout 4 trailer.
This time last year Apple paid $3bn to acquire a company called Beats that made overpriced headphones and ran an unsuccessful music-streaming business.
It turns out that theft is taken extremely seriously in the online fantasy role-playing game, Guild Wars 2. The penalty is humiliation and then death.
The final round of downloadable content for Mario Kart 8, Nintendo’s brilliant cartoon racing game, contains new racers including a skeletal Bowser and characters from placid town-building game Animal Crossing.
Social media has changed the way that we think about friends.
Facebook is considering the introduction of a virtual “tip jar”, so users can tip small amounts of money to the pages and people they like most.
Google.com is a “partially dangerous” website that has some pages that may install malware on your computer or try to steal your personal information – says, er, Google.