We sat through the first half of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE's return to the stage.
Link's latest adventure is shaping up to be both the standout Switch launch title, and a fitting farewell for the Wii U.
Banjo Kazooie's spiritual successor is seriously impressive.
Link becomes a survivor in the new open-world Hyrule, but Zelda's trademark charm is everywhere.
There's been an awakening of the blocky kind.
The Wii / Gamecube classic is nearing its HD return. Does it stack up after all these years?
TT Games has assembled yet another Lego title, and we've been hands-on with The Avengers.
We reflect on our first hours spent exploring Mira, humanity's new home.
Mario and friends are back on court.
Instrument-powered music games are making a comeback this autumn. We visited FreeStyle Games to find out what Guitar Hero has to offer.
We travelled out to Vicarious Visions to learn what else other than the inclusion of vehicles that sets Superchargers apart from its predecessors.
Eccentric designer Tomonobu Itagaki has designed a peculiar action game released exclusively for the Wii U. We have played some.
Nintendo ventures into modding waters as it opens its Mario template to the world and asks: "can you do better?"
A blast from the past leaves us asking for more evidence of the Platinum connection as we go hands-on with Wii U's dual-screen sci-fi shooter.
Parents, brace yourselves, because this is really going to hurt.
Hands-on with the galaxy far, far away as Star Wars blasts its way onto the Disney Play Set.
Skylanders turned racer? We report on the franchise taking the skies, seas and racetracks in the newest - and biggest - change to the series yet.
A world of yarn and fabric already helped Kirby to create a unique experience, and now Yoshi gives in to woolly temptation.
Extended hands-on with the multiplayer of Nintendo's own colourful team-based shooter.
Four light bites from the multi-movie game tie-in.
We taken the PS4 version of Slightly Mad Studios' upcoming racing simulation for a spin.
We haven't seen much of it, but there's still no debating the fact that this is one of the most anticipated releases of 2015.
Two major new features promise to refresh what already looks like the definitive Smash experience.
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 taken a look at a very clever new indie title that impressed us in Cologne.