Until the release of Stick of Truth, South Park-based games had been notoriously bad. The show itself, though, is a treasure trove of gaming moments...
There are new consoles out there, yet there’s no World Cup game coming to them. We asked EA why.
He's just turned 30 – but it’s starting to look like being riddled with Pac-Man fever is taking its toll on the pill-gobbler.
It’s taken 17 years, but we finally have a game that looks as badly drawn as South Park itself. Oh, and it’s brilliant.
Taking a different tack to what we're used to, Garden Warfare brings Battlefield to the undead/plant battlefield.
Can the Belmonts breathe new life into this age-old tale of death, demons and Good versus Evil? Apparently not.
Should you let Thief get its fingers into your wallet? We'd leave the door unlocked and invite it right in.
Rebooted and rejuvenated? We jump about and cut robots to bits in this return of a much-loved classic.
There was a time when Dan Maher’s mum was the keenest gamer in the family. Now, it seems, that time has come again.
Do we require a multiplayer mode stuffed into every game on the market? Some games should remain singular experiences, argues Vikki Blake.
For once, Ian Dransfield is glad to see a game come crashing down to Earth.
He’s actually not that bad in real life, but Ian Dransfield finds games with moral choices tend to bring out the evil in him.
Cracking a smile from ear to ear at Octodad’s latest trailer, Ian Dransfield wants to see more of the weird in games.
A future without game boxes means no more weird, wonderful and terrible box art. Let’s celebrate our favourites while we still can…