The Outer Worlds Review
Strong writing and characterisation can't stop the Outer Worlds from feeling like a retread of Fallout 4.
The 10 Best Stealth Games
Rick sneaks through the night to bring you his definitive rundown of the best stealth games ever.
Untitled Goose Game Review
Thar's a goose, loose, aboot this hoose.
We all love Master Chief and Gordon Freeman, but now it's time to give some attention to the little guy - the supporting characters and NPCs who help define a good game experience. Let us know who your favourite computer game characters are and check out our Top Ten within!July 18, 2008 | 07:10
It's summer and that only means one thing - out with the strawberries and lemonade, turn off the latest results from Wimbledon and sit back, with your feet up to play the latest game in the Top Spin series. Can this third iteration take us to the next level, or will it do a Henman on us?July 1, 2008 | 07:42
Phillip Marlowe has got a chip on his shoulder about game design. Why is it that games are only ever made for 16 to 25 year old men who love shooters? Philip questions the problems facing developers who want to target games for more specific markets.June 17, 2008 | 08:10
Hulk, smash! Joe, review! We take a peek at the tie-in video game for the new Incredible Hulk movie to see if it can buck the trend of most tie-in games and turn out to be any good. Let's just hope it doesn't make us too angry. Publishers don't like us when we're angry...June 14, 2008 | 08:48
The Lego games have been a surprising success in recent years, so even though it may seem just a little bit kiddy we have to hold up our hands and admit being excited at the prospect of Lego Indy - was our excitement justified? Find out in our review!June 12, 2008 | 15:26
We loved the Iron Man film and, as avowed fans of the comics, we've got some high hopes for this mechanical brawler. The real question though is can the Iron Man game live up to the success of the film? Can this be stronger than the man of steel, or is it limper than Mr Fantastic?May 9, 2008 | 08:15
Shortly after our hands-on preview, we got a chance to catch up with Thomas Vu, producer for Will Wright's Spore, to put all sorts of questions to him. Find out what Thomas thinks of DirectX 10, creationism, the girl market and, um...probing.February 14, 2008 | 07:57
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