We caught up with Blizzard in Paris and there we got a closer look at the game's new single-player component.
We'll be able to challenge our friends to a duel in Pokémon Go soon enough, but we thought we'd take an early look.
We got our hands on the mobile game at BlizzCon.
We took the adventure game out for a test ride.
We got to explore the RPG at this year's QuakeCon.
Hearthstone fans descend into the mysterious catacombs in search of legendary loot.
Next up from the minds behind some of the most iconic adventure games ever made.
Mobile is serious business for Nintendo these days. Mario's debut is all about gameplay, design, and quality.
Addictive free-to-play warmongering with plenty of pleasing detail. We've sampled Black Anvil Games debut game.
Bethesda's card battler is more than just a Hearthstone clone.
If our hands-off demo was anything to go by, Telltale's episodic adventures are about to take a step up to the next level.
We look closer at the cutesy social app as Nintendo goes mobile for the first time.
It's the end of the world in the Hearthstone universe, as 134 new cards take the game in a darker direction.
We've been hands-on with the new strategy card game from Jagex.
Last year Blizzard announced Goblins Vs. Gnomes at Blizzcon. This year's event brought us the news of a new PvE adventure.
Instrument-powered music games are making a comeback this autumn. We visited FreeStyle Games to find out what Guitar Hero has to offer.
Hands-on with the galaxy far, far away as Star Wars blasts its way onto the Disney Play Set.
We take a closer look at December's expansion of Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft and its explosive set of new cards.
Our early hands-on leaves us with questions as to the depth and variation of Funcom's next MMO.
The first big title of our all-new 2014 previews was once known as Double Fine Adventure and Codename: Reds. Now it'll release as a two-parter in 2014 entitled 'Broken Age'.
After talking to its creators over this past year, we finally get some hands-on time with the opening of Yaiba.
Who knew being a God involved so much clicking?
Orcs, Elves and collector cards. Blizzard takes a somewhat atypical outing in the Warcraft universe.
In space, nobody can hear you roll a dice.