Anthem - EA Play Impressions
Get ya damn hands up!
Get ya damn hands up!
EA has kicked things off by showing their yearly outing, now featuring the Champions League.
Hi-Rez surprises with a meaningful addition to what's becoming an increasingly packed genre.
Blizzard's MOBA is finally paying homage to Warcraft.
It's been 14 long years, but we've got an early glimpse at the upcoming numbered single-player Dragon Quest game.
We've been splatting and swimming through more arcade levels, this time as an octopus.
There's more to see here than we first thought, including control changes, game modes, and more.
After some time out of the spotlight, Compulsion's drug-fuelled adventure is back on track.
DICE had plenty to tell us about Battlefield V as new features reinforce a fresh charge into WW2.
The single-player campaign is out, Battle Royale is in, and those pesky Zombies make a big return.
We got our hands on the upcoming expansion for last year's surprising tactical mashup.
We sent our resident Kingdom Hearts aficionado (well, one of them) to play the long-awaited return of Square Enix's Disney-inspired series.
Whether it's powersliding round corners, flying sideways, or sailing the seas, Ubisoft has you covered.
A new way to play, emphasising your team rather than your own might.
The Pixar family goes hand in blocky hand with TT Games.
The end is nigh, and so Microsoft invited us to take one last look at the coming apocalypse.
We're introduced to a more assured Lara Croft, who will have the deal with the consequences of her actions in a much darker story.
Frostkeep Studios are taking the survival genre in different directions, including big faction-based warfare and a new level of accessibility.
One of the biggest Japanese releases of recent years heads to Western shores.
We step into 2038 to see how Quantic Dream's future is shaping up.
From a BAFTA winner to a talking dog, we got our hands on some interesting games at this year's London-based show.
Boss Key has abandoned polished zero-g combat in favour of barebones Battle Royale-inspired tomfoolery.
Lost Forest Games is cooking up an intriguing narrative that interacts with history.
The creator of the original Xcom is back with a bang.
We took a look at the new and ambitious project by OtherSide Entertainment, a successor to the Ultima Underworld series.