It’s that time again – here’s our pick of the best games of the year.
I give up. There are too many games. Who has time for all this?
I wrote about the anarchic 2000s TV show for this month’s issue.
Check out this huge feature in the 200th issue of Retro Gamer.
Outer Wilds and Graveyard Keeper excel at confusion.
Beyond a Steel Sky! Iron Man VR! Eastward! More! All the greatest games from EGX London.
It turns out it might have had something to do with Germany.
A rogue-like in which it is thrillingly easy to do yourself a mischief.
Wonky combat, crappy frame rates, dull environments. This… is not good.
If David Lynch built a landship.
Not perfect, but a lot better.
HONK HONK HONK HONK HONK HONK HONK HONK
Hey there little fella.
This game is amazing – but I really wish I had the PC version instead.
I cant stop playing Sniper Elite 4.
For a massive six-page feature in Retro Gamer.
One of many excuses I have used to avoid donning the helmet of dreams.
Monkey Magic. Mostly.
I spoke to the legendary Julian Gollop about the past, present and future of X-COM.
Forty slays and forty fights.
Oh, what a feline!
Bigging up Northeast England.
Animal Crossing, Watch Dogs Legion and Link’s Awakening are just some of our stand-outs.
The Link’s Awakening amiibo is ADORABLE.
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The MIGHTY BEINGS of Amiga Power DISSEMINATE ESSENTIAL INFORMATION on how the magazine was made.
Very good boy 12/10.
Thunder Lotus has unveiled a ‘cosy management game about dying’.
Oh my god, I feel SO ninja right now.