Review Jurassic World Evolution Review
Prey: Mooncrash is an interesting if rather confused experiment in immersive sim design.
Activision recently decided to close Project Gotham developer, Bizarre Creations. We ask why.
Does DC Universe Online really stand a chance at toppling WoW, and does it matter if not?
A high-speed racer from the creators of PGR, Blur seemed to have it all - so why did it fail?
What are some of the positive effects that games can have on brain health? We find out.
What were our favourite gaming stories of 2010? Find out now!
We wonder if Uncharted 3 might make the same mistakes as Lara once did.
In the first of a new series of columns, we look at the sales data for Kinect and Move.
Can Venetica make itself heard above all those other fantastic RPG's out there?
Can a solid 80's slasher cut it in the sophisticated 2010's?
Which were your favourite games of the last 12 months? Let us know in our yearly vote!
We finally get the chance to see if this Gran Turismo 5 has been worth all the delays.
Need for Speed attempts to go back to it's roots by pitting the player as both cop and robber.
We weigh in on one of the most anticipated shooters of the year, Call of Duty: Black Ops.
Is Outerlight's Bloody Good Time a bloody good laugh? We jump in and find out.
We've been playing Alpha Protocol again recently, for some reason. Hmm.
We take a look at Medal of Honor on the PC to see what awards it really deserves.
Cat women, bounty hunters and space aliens? Blade Kitten confuses us an awful lot.
Don't fret! We grab a plastic guitar and take a look at the sixth Guitar Hero game.
It may be fast and fun, but do the bugs ruin an otherwise great racer? We find out.
One part zombie horde and two parts open world, topped up with black humour. Serve chilled.
Joe dons his fedora and his raincoat to see if Mafia 2 is a game he can't possibly refuse.
Edward Noad wowed us recently with his highscore in Chase Goose, now he shares his secrets.
Joe reviews Monkey Island 2: Special Edition. Read his thoughts before he explodes in joy.
Green Day follow The Beatles with their own, full Rock Band experience.
We chat to People Can Fly about its upcoming hyperviolent shooter, Bulletstorm.
Jon Wilcox charts the history of survival horror games, from Alan Wake to Silent Hill.