As the five year anniversary of Guild Wars 2 draws near, so to does the end of the third season of content released for the game.
Two new adventurers are exploring life after Nathan Drake.
We've spent some quality time with Slightly Mad Studios' well-rounded racing sequel.
A beautiful hand-drawn musical adventure through the mind.
We tasked one of our finest 4X generals with taking over the galaxy.
Destiny is back, and in the ongoing beta Bungie is giving players a little taste of what we can expect from the sci-fi shooter sequel.
We took a look at the fast-paced action-adventure from Iron Galaxy Studios.
El Presidente is back, and he wants to run a nation... and steal stuff. Preferably from other countries.
We jumped into two different battles in the game, and lived to tell the tale.
Photorealistic graphics, beautiful art, and intriguing puzzles await in Aporia: Beyond the Valley.
With the sequel rapidly approaching, we took one last look at the inky shooter and its Hero Mode.
Living as a vampire in 1918 London ain't easy.
Goku and all his friends are back to beat each other up once again, in what appears to be one of the most frantic fighting games of all time.
With no more gods to slaughter in ancient Greece, the world's angriest man is about to set his eyes on Norse mythology instead.
Need for Speed is ripping a page out of Hollywood 101 as EA looks to jumpstart the franchise with Payback.
We played the Switch version of FIFA 18 and came away impressed.
Activision's blockbuster shooter comes full circle this year, as the Call of Duty series returns to the second World War.
Grimlore Games mixes RTS and RPG elements, and the results caught our interest.
Raise the black flag and put on your best peg leg, matey, because Ubisoft wants us to sail the seven seas.
Rare's piratical adventure is shaping up to be something special indeed, just make sure you've got an able crew.
While we were in LA we took a visit to Hope County to see the next instalment in the Far Cry series.
We were shown more of Quantic Dream's near future android thriller at this year's E3.
Sony wants you to put down the DualShock as the company makes a move for the casual crowd.
We finally got the chance to experience the game for ourselves.
How does the realistic "Dungeons, but no Dragons" approach work in practice?