This beautiful ‘micro-RPG’ from One Bit Beyond may look cute, but it holds a fearsome challenge. If your character dies, they’re gone for forever – and you lose almost everything.
State of Mind is a promising techno-thriller from point and click experts Daedalic Entertainment, with a distinctive low-poly look.
It feels like I only just got my PS4. I’m in no rush to splash out on a brand new console.
This golf-like puzzler for PS4, Switch and Vita is entertaining, but it feels out of place on the big screen.
Dandara is a challenging metroidvania title with a Brazilian twist – and the title character has a very unique way of getting about. No simple walking for this lady.
The Long Reach is an excellently written game in the vein of point and click adventures of old. But thankfully the days of pixel hunting are long past.
This game is just so damn good I can’t stop playing it.
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.
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.
Now available in a funky new physical edition, meet the game that took on Super Metroid and, in many ways, made it even better.
Just 12 months after the game came out, the servers for Gravity Rush 2 are being switched off – meaning tons of items and costumes are set to disappear.
10 of the very best titles for PlayStation VR so far!
Does Outcast – Second Contact breathe new life into a cult classic or was this game better off left in the 90’s?
My completely opposite thoughts on Woofenstein II
The closest you’ll come to finding out what it’s like to be a giant robot…for now.
Help, my hands are trapped inside a strange mechanical box and I can only get free if you click here now!
Could this be the game to cleanse the palate of the disappointing taste of EVE: Valkyrie, or will it make my space madness even worse?
Wolfenstein II is not only one of the best games of 2017, it’s also weirdly contemporary for a game set in an alternative, Nazi-run 1960s America.
Sonic returns in a warfare-themed 3D game that let’s players create their own avatar for the first time.
Telltale’s latest, but is it the greatest, or is it the lamest?