Second security hole accelerates Google+'s demise
52.5 million users affected.
52.5 million users affected.
It's the big one - tell us who you think deserves the title? You might win a prize!
Heading to Sony's machines next year.
Jake blasts his way through this Hotline Miami-esque stealth-action hybrid and reports back.
TT Games' Lego franchise thunders on, bringing a host of Marvel characters into an open-world adventure.
Platform-'em-up Super Cloudbuilt has its head in the clouds but doesn't manage to deliver the goods.
Billed as the triumphant return of the 3D platformer, it's more Yooka-Meh-lee.
Concessions made for difficulty.
Rayman Legends is a delightful sequel in the reinvigorated platforming series.
The Behemoth's new new quirky platformer has been worth the wait.
Joe's new favourite character is a purple rectangle. Find out why in his Thomas Was Alone review.
Cat women, bounty hunters and space aliens? Blade Kitten confuses us an awful lot.
A starkly stylised, violent and moving trip through the underworld.
With pies, puzzles and poetry Winterbottom sounds great - but can it live up to our expectations?
It's all about hyperactive, suicidal ninja robots - what's not to love?
It's War in Ancient Greece, as Kratos leads the Titans into battle with the Gods of Mount Olympus. After such a long wait though, can Sony's continuing saga of Angry Greek Men really live up to expectation? We take a look to see if this is Sparta or Patrick.
Is Visceral Games' bloody take on The Divine Comedy able to stand up in the face of all the raised eyebrows? Is it actually a fun game? Or is it just a boring button-masher and God of War clone? We've been playing the hell out of it, so check out Dante's Inferno review to find out!
Trine may not look like much - just another platform game in a pretty 3D engine, but it's actually a lot more than that. We take a closer look at one of the most enjoyable platform games we've played and see what makes Trine so special beyond the physics and multiple personalities.
Jonathan Blow has just confirmed on his blog that the PC version of Braid has been delayed by over a week.
The Mushroom Men, bought to life by the passing of a strange meteorite, are going to war - and you've been caught in the middle! We take a look at this 3D platformer on the Wii to see if this is truly a game than puts the fun back in fungus, or if it's all a pile of rot.
Sonic is unleashing the beast in this speedy new action-platformer, with a new ability to turn into a were-hedgehog as he fights to save the world once more. Is it as truly cringe-worthy as it sounds, or is Unleashed a surprise success? Find out what we think within!
Braid is the latest indie phenomenon to hit Xbox Live Arcade. With a beautiful watercolour presentation and a strange and complex time-control mechanic, it manages to be one of the most graceful and imaginative pieces of gaming we've seen in a long time.
It's not just a brave new world out there - it's a whole new galaxy. Luckily, just as the galaxy falls into peril once more, a plucky Italian plumber arrives on the scene to save us all! How does he fare in his attempt? Find out in our review!