Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Preview
We get our hands on the latest Wolfenstein
We get our hands on the latest Wolfenstein
We take a first look at the new edition of Rocksmith, the guitar-teaching game.
Ubisoft's upcoming spy thriller has some difficult politics and a vendetta against dogs.
Survival gaming at its best, at least from what we've seen so far.
GamesCom 2010: We take a look at the latest rival to Call of Duty.
GamesCom 2010: Joe takes a look at Hunted, from Bethesda.
We round up the best and most notable titles previewed at E3 2010.
Do we think Mafia 2 could be a modern classic, or should you just forget-about-it? Read on to see.
New platforms, new nanosuit, New York - we take a look at what's new with Crysis 2.
Blacklight lists wallhacks and BSODs as key features. Now, Joe explains why.
Real cars, real cities and destructive power-ups? It's a strange mix, but good fun.
We lock and load with the latest Battlefield game, Bad Company 2. The original was a console only title, but this sequel comes in PC flavour too, and we've fought through the first few levels to bring you this preview. Destructible levels and a focus on multiplayer make it a lot of fun.
Joe takes a look at all three campaigns of the new Aliens versus Predator, as well as the new survivor mode. Is the upcoming game a consolified mess? Is it as scary as the 1999 classic? The only way to find out for sure is to read the preview.
We take a look at a few of the games we're most excited about this year, from the little-known Metro 2033 through to the last instalment in Command & Conquer's Tiberium Saga. With 2010 promising to be an excellent year for gamers, what are the titles we're most interested in?
Rebellion's new game in the AVP series promises to bring the original games, which were among the most terrifying creations ever, up to date and to a new audience. Have the successfully captured the feel of the original and will we even live long enough to find out?
Mafia, one of the most criminally underrated games of all time, is finally getting a sequel and it looks set to offer a level of quality we just can't refuse. Appearances can be deceiving though, so is Mafia 2 really as good as it looks or is it all just one big con? We find out.
The original BioShock went down a storm when it was first released and for the most part 2K Games managed to live up to the hype. Now we take a look at how BioShock 2 is coming along to find out if we'll be enraptured by Rapture again or whether BioShock 2 is lost at sea.
We take a look at Ubisoft's second entry in the Assassin's Creed series, which updates the game to Renaissance Italy and introduces a new main character. Meet Ezio, an assassin with revenge on his mind, a knife in his hand and, um, wings on his back? We'll explain within...
We take a look at Alpha Protocol, the new espionage RPG from Obsidian Entertainment and Chris Avellone. Are the comparisons to Deus Ex deserved, or is this naught but a consolified action RPG for the masses?
A baseball game, here in the UK, and at the height of the Ashes? Surely it doesn't stand a chance? We take a look at why you'd be wrong to ignore The Bigs 2, which, thanks to its subversive style, eye-popping graphics and turbo-charged gameplay is a great buy.
We've been hands-on with the latest game in the long-running IL-2 Sturmovik series of World War 2 arcade flight sims to see how the series holds up after jumping to consoles. Is IL-2 Sturmovik set to be a console classic too, or is it all going to end in tears? We find out.
Wet Hands-on Preview? That sounds kind of wrong, like we've been doing something gross rather than playing the latest super-slick shooter from Bethesda. Rest assured, Wet isn't obscene - but it is deliriously fun, influenced by the grindhouse genre and starring Eliza Dushku.
We've finally had a go on the console version of BioWare's Dragon Age: Origins lately and have seen how the game will work on a thumb-driven controller. Can a hardcore RPG be effectively controlled with a gamepad or is a mouse and keyboard the only way to go?
We're almost exactly halfway through the year but even with our crude maths we can tell there's still plenty of time and games to come in 2009. Join us as we preview the games we can look forward to seeing before the year's end.
The Saboteur hopes to provide a fresh twist on the tired WWII setting by casting players as a lone operative in occupied Paris. Working alone, it's your job to bring hope back to France by doing the one thing you know how to do - drive very fast cars and kill an awful lot of Nazis
The next game from the mind of Tim Schafer is a hilarious romp through a world inspired mainly by heavy metal album covers. With a kick-ass soundtrack, hordes of evil demons to vanquish and more long hair than you can shake a guitar at, Brütal Legend looks to be a hell of a game!
EA's Dante's Inferno is a gory third person action game based on one of the most well-known religious poems ever written. How exactly can the developer reconcile those two ideas? We found out when we went hands on with the game and got a little more acquainted with Dante.
We take a look at Red Faction: Guerilla, the latest game in the Volition's super-destructive sci-fi series. With more physics than Carmen Electra on a trampoline and plenty of explosions to boot, we reckon THQ could be on to a winner here.
RUSE is the innovative new strategy game from Ubisoft, which left us very impressed when we saw it recently. With an emphasis on tactical trickery and a gorgeous new engine powering it all, we reckon RUSE is definitely one RTS you should keep a close eye on.
With trembling hands, we pick up acour gamepads and take a long look into the face of fear. Or F.E.A.R, rather. F.E.A.R 2, that is. Project Origin, to give it the full title. Or Subtitle. Whatever, you know what we mean; it's a hands-on preview of F.E.A.R 2: Project Origin, like the title says.