One of the oddest reveals of Gamescom also proved to be one of the most interesting. Here's what the Remember Me developers did next.
We get our first look at what 2K are bringing with them to PS4 and Xbox One - does the new-gen shift mean a reinvigoration of the digital WWE?
We head into deep space for our third, and biggest slice yet, of survival horror. Can Creative Assembly's title keep us scared that long?
The beta is in full swing, and we've been taking in the view.
There is a lot to prove as Visceral Games delivers their first Battlefield game this fall.
We got our hands on with the E3 demo of Sumo Digital's Little Big Planet 3.
There's more to Dying Light than just an evolved Dead Island we find out as we get our hands on the E3 demo.
A new look at the latest Kojima stealth title reveals a game that could be the perfect distillation of the franchise's best elements.
We head back to Bungie's shared-world shooter for another taste of Destiny.
We're back in horror territory with our second play of Creative Assembly's tie-in to the classic movie franchise, and we're still terrified.
EA are cranking up the atmosphere for the next edition of FIFA.
We head to Warner to see the newest Lego game built by TT Games, and get something truly interstellar.
After the initial reveal, we return to Mordor (and Monolith) to venture further into their take on Middle-Earth.
Shinji Mikami's return to the survival horror genre takes cues not just from Resident Evil, but Silent Hill and The Last of Us.
Exploring the frontline of war with words rather than bullets.
After 15 years, Naruto's manga series is building to its finale. We try out the latest game in the tie-in series to see if Bandai Namco are matching that crescendo.
Piranha Bytes steers it's role-playing series back towards familiar medieval fantasy settings after a pirate themed second game.
We take a look at the third entry in Bioware's fantasy RPG series.
It's once more around the old-gen track as we get behind the wheel of the latest racer from Codemasters.
We spend a couple of hours roving the hills in search of targets in the latest build of Rebellion's sniping game and learn camping is not an option.
It's confirmed: a new Borderlands is on the way. Set between the previous two games and developed by 2K Australia, featuring familiar faces and new moves.
Ahead of the game's release at the end of the month, we take a longer dip into the opening hours of Ubisoft's impressive digital title.
It's a World Cup year, and you know what that means...
We go supernatural with a murder mystery set after your death: join us and detective Ronan O'Connor as we take policing to the afterlife.