Who the hell launches a new game a week before Red Dead Redemption 2?
EVE Online has a reputation for being a scary place for newcomers. But what’s it actually like to play this venerable MMORPG for the first time?
The ‘Netflix of games’ is just around the corner, as broadband speeds are shooting up across the world. I wrote a feature about how streaming will change video games for GamesRadar.
The map from A Link to the Past in beautiful 3D papercraft.
TowerFall makes it to the Switch with all of the content from the previous two games, as well as some cracking multiplayer options.
After years of avoiding the faff of building your own PC, I’ve had a Road to Damascus moment.
Sunless Sea and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey could do with picking up the pace a bit – we don’t all have endless time to kill.
The conclusion of Stoic’s Banner Saga is breathtaking – and also difficult to write about without dropping spoilers.
The cult PC game Sunless Sea finally makes its way onto the PS4 with its Zubmariner DLC intact. Time to dive into the chilling waters of the Unterzee…
Pandora’s Tower is an old Wii RPG I’ve been meaning to play for ages, and one of the many games in my Wii U backlog. And it turns out it’s great.
Ahead of the release of Life is Strange 2 this week, James Keen Esq. revisits the original.
The studio behind The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us has laid off most of its staff.
The Gardens Between is bloomin’ marvellous. Buy it now!
I’ve finished Darksiders Warmastered as part of my quest to finish all of my Wii U games. It’s great! Next up: Pandora’s Tower.
My feature on one of the oldest online multiplayer games is in issue 323 of PC Gamer!
A minimalist puzzle game that’s perfect for playing on the subway. Or bus. Or plane. Or train. Or…
What games would you feature on the newly announced PlayStation Classic? I’ve picked out 15 PS1 games that I’d revive in a heartbeat.
Oh, another Tomb Raider game is out. But, er, I still haven’t played the last two? Or GTAV. Or Fallout 4. Or the last five Assassin’s Creeds…
Join me as I reminisce about Nintendo’s quirky, innovative and yet much maligned console.