Are you growing increasingly frustrated with the sneaky locations of Devil May Cry 5's secret missions? We're here to help.
We take a look back at our highlights from this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
We had a chance to talk to the co-game directors Jean-Luc Cano and Michel Koch about the two episodes released thus far.
At the opposite ends of the console spectrum, two competitors could potentially end up being new best friends.
After much debate among the team, here's our list of the 20 greatest comic book movie adaptations.
This week we've learned of hundreds of layoffs at the same time as the company revealed record numbers.
We travelled to Amsterdam for a closer look at the 2019 models from the Dutch masters.
The Fall of Max Payne hit players hard with its convincing, dark narrative way back in 2003.
The Creative Assembly sat down with us in London to talk about the characterful return of Total War.
There is a war brewing and the implications could be more far-reaching than simply where we can buy games for our PC.
Leon and Claire are in for a lot of trouble and you may just need a little extra guidance to help them pull through.
Creative director Jean-Sebastien Decant sat down and talked to us about New Dawn's reception, the new antagonists, returning to Hope County, and much more.
What first happens in Vegas, comes to the rest of the world soon enough, and here is the list of our favourite things from the recent tech show in Nevada.
The lid has been blown open and here's what we know about the upcoming fighting game from Netherrealm Studios.
With Bungie taking the plunge and looking to a future where it self-publishes Destiny, we consider the studio's new-found freedom and what that might mean.
We take a look at the next 12 months to see what there is to look forward to across a range of esports-focused titles.
We take a look at another batch of promising indie titles, this time games with indie label backing.
We've collected together a bunch of indie games that we can't wait to get our grubby mitts on this year. Hopefully.
We take a closer look at the second half of the year, as well as round-up all those 2019 games without a release date.
Plenty of big comebacks and long-awaited sequels as well as some promising new concepts make for a strong start to the new year.
Our votes have all been cast, the numbers have been crunched, and we're finally ready to reveal our game of the year.
Kratos and God of War were reinvented in a new Norse setting.
The titles we play don't just make themselves, and so we look at the studios that are currently working at the top of their game.
Insomniac give Spidey the game fans have been longing for.
From heartwarming adventures to retro ninjas, 2018 has a lot to show.