Tony Hawk meets James Caan in a fast and thoroughly enjoyable hybrid.
A satirical road trip across a dysfunctional, divided country.
Some phenomenal audio work elevates this FPS above the crowd.
Frustrating minion management.
All good games come to those who wait.
The life of an animal is misery and slavery: that is the plain truth.
A tale of nefarious deeds that will strike at your soul.
Holy hand grenade this beta was fun.
Formula Fusion gets resurrected with a substantial makeover.
It’s time those lazy simians worked for a living.
Twenty years on from the last game, hopes are high for Larian Studios’ stab at continuing the beloved series.
One for the road.
‘Tis but a scratch.
Cor blimey, guvnor!
Well slap my Brumak, Gears of War has gone all strategy.
Stay home and play games, everyone.
But it’s gonna take money / A whole lot of spending money / It’s gonna take plenty of money / To do it right, child.
Return of the space cowgirl.
Open the pod bay doors, S.A.M.
Think of that bit in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, except with rats that can strip a man to the bone in 30 seconds.
James once again bravely plunges into the Steam new-release list, and resurfaces clutching an excellent horror point-and-click adventure. He is also covered in anime girls.
James Keen, Esq. has been trawling Steam’s new releases in search of fresh delights – but mostly turns up rotten stinkers.
The wholesome story of three friends deciding to get together and make their dream game: a multiplayer competitive RPG.
It’s a brutally hard XCOM-style game with mutant ducks and pigs! Just like you always wanted!
On the eve of the FA Cup second round, one man looks deep inside himself and wonders why on earth he is so addicted to an ageing parade of spreadsheets.
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?
Ahead of the release of Life is Strange 2 this week, James Keen Esq. revisits the original.
Set in the Cold War, this XCOM-a-like strategy game spins a complicated, sometimes bewildering web of espionage, intrigue and layers of game systems.