The Elder Lolz.
This raw gem looks and feels like the first modern platformer, rather than the last of the 90s batch,
NCSoft knows the golden formula for keeping players engaged and, with Master X Master, it’s reapplied that expertise from MMO to MOBA with plenty of new twists.
The globally-renowned British heavy machinery company is funding a survival sim set on Mars, where even the coffee mugs are branded.
“We knew right from the very beginning that certain people wouldn’t like what we were doing.”
MercurySteam's Enric Alvarez and David Cox talk about their ambitious new co-op shooter, and why it's too daring for traditional publishers.
You're there to chew bubblegum and screw over other players – and you're all out of bubblegum.
The dedicated soldiers re-creating old RTS games as new FPS games
Ten years on from its UK launch, we reflect on the glossy black sheep of the Playstation family
Morrowind’s long-forgotten systems have been smoothed-over by commercial success, but deserve unearthing in the inevitable Elder Scrolls 6
16 years after release, and war still rages eternal in this Arthurian universe
17 years on from its initial release, EverQuest lives on - what keeps it ticking?
How Dishonored's expansions polished it to a shine, and set up the sequel.
Celebrating the weirder side of the N64.
Dara O'Briain and Ellie Gibson fill the first episode with Battlefront, Tetris, Chuckie Egg, Tekken and Bust-a-Move.
DICE has let loose with the creative licence, drawing on a mixture of old war movies, steampunk imagery, a hint of technicolour campiness, and past Battlefield games.
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