We taken the PS4 version of Slightly Mad Studios' upcoming racing simulation for a spin.
We return for a second look at Capcom's episodic take on Resident Evil.
We've been hands-on with one of the most anticipated titles of 2015.
Hideo Kojima has been toying with us since 2012, but this is finally the year.
From Software are back, and this time they're leaving Souls behind them.
Rocksteady are returning to Gotham for one of this year's most anticipated titles.
From Broforce to Gang Beasts via No Man's Sky, we take a look at some of the most promising indies down for a 2015 release.
There's no escaping the Wild Hunt as one of 2015's most eagerly awaited titles is set to release in May.
Is Turtle Rock Studios' Evolve the game that will change multiplayer games forever?
We take a closer look at the incredibly promising openworld survival experience that is The Division.
Our game we certainly hope makes it out in 2015 is Final Fantasy XV
On our list of games to look for in 2015 is Yager Development's Dead Island 2.
We take a closer look at Ready at Dawn's third-person shooter.
We take a tour through the procedurally generated dungeons heading to Bloodborne.
We've been running and hiding through a short section of Supermassive Games' horror title.
We've gotten some serious hands with Abe, Caira, Cabot and Parnell and sampled the full offering of game modes in Turtle Rock's Evolve.
The creators of DBZ: Budokai and Burst Limit return with the first Dragon Ball game targeted for the new generation of consoles.
True to itself, but better then ever.
The zombie game Dead Island should have been?
Petrol head Petter Hegevall has taken Project CARS for a spin and talked to some of the principal people working on next year's big racing spectacle.
We've gotten our hands on the new-gen edition of GTAV and seen Los Santos from a first person perspective.
We got our hands on a title that's finally making its way from Japan and heading to new-gen consoles.
Sackboy is set to return, and this time he's bringing an even bigger box of tricks.
We take one last look at Far Cry 4 before Ubisoft's open-world shooter heads to retail on the back of an elephant.
After a lengthier hands-on with the new-gen take on Ubisoft's franchise, we find a lot that's familiar, and not quite as much new.