This week: the definitive ruling on whether it should be Black Ops IIII or IV, a massive mushroom beetle is found in No Man’s Sky, a man plays Nintendo Switch using a 1986 pocket TV, and where it all went wrong for Atari.
What are you actually purchasing when you buy virtual property in a game like Star Citizen? I spoke to a lawyer to find out what the legal implications are in a feature for PCGamesN.
This game is just so damn good I can’t stop playing it.
This week: the amazing Papers, Please short film, what Lucas Pope did next, the disco-tastic turn-based tactics game All Walls Must Fall, a secret trick in Super Mario Bros. 3, and Donald Trump targets video games after school shootings.
The first EA Original from indie studio Zoink is a magical forest adventure with a heavy emphasis on exploring and discovering things by yourself. And purple.
I couldn’t resist blagging a few more amiibo in a recent Argos sale. My name is Lucius, and I’m an amiibo addict.
I wrote a feature for Kotaku UK on the changes to GAME’s Reward Card and what they say about the retailer’s future strategy.
This 2007 PS3 RPG from now-defunct Japanese developer Game Republic really was something special – and it’s a criminal shame that it never got the sequel it deserved.
Burnout is coming back! A remastered version of Burnout Paradise is set for launch on 16th March, with a PC version heading along later in the year.
Forma.8 was recently given away on PS Plus, and this metroidvania-but-with-spaceships has quickly become a firm favourite in The Manor.
This week: the Nintendo Switch isn’t breaking records in the UK, Celeste helps out with mental health, Sleep Is Death deserves a reboot, a Twitter bot unearths a lost game, and why cheating was cool.
With a blatant lack of professionalism, I own up to not properly playing a game that was sent to me to review. But I’ve got an excuse, honest.
Collecting useless information about tenants, like whether they enjoy chess, seems comical at first. But then people start dying.
The very first issue of Edge magazine saw a gaggle of video-game luminaries make predictions about the digital future. How did they do?
I’ve spent most of my life wishing there were more games like Super Metroid, and now there’s a ton of them. Bring it on.
Now available in a funky new physical edition, meet the game that took on Super Metroid and, in many ways, made it even better.
Bob’s best is finally shown off in all its glory.
Until 11th February, you can get free delivery on Most Agreeable T-shirts and mugs. And now we have BLACK T-SHIRTS, too!
Grand Theft Auto V, Forza Horizon 3, Sea of Thieves, Crackdown 3… a surprisingly huge number of amazing games are made by developers in the UK.
This week: the story of the woman in love with Tetris, the most bastard game you’ve ever seen, the XCOM director on Mario + Rabbids, what went wrong with Lair, Arkane’s lost game, and the hubris of Imagine Software.