Bungie's self-perpetuating hype machine has lived up to it in at least one way - it's the biggest new IP launch in UK history.
Probably because they're covered in suede.
Given the opportunity to post anything, the fans on Miiverse – bless 'em – kept it surprisingly light-hearted.
And here I was thinking the last we'd see of the character was Billy Zane hamming it up.
I'm terrified of sharks; I can't actually watch the whole thing.
FIFA's have been impressive for a very long time, this one is no disappointment.
On September 7, the video game world lost one of its early greats, with Douglas E. Smith passing away at the age of 53. Smith is most famous for being the creator of Lode Runner, a classic PC puzzle game – ported to numerous systems, including the Famicom, as you can see – that he designed while studying architecture.
It's part mission-based endless runner, part collectible card game.
Did you know that Mass Effect was originally a Puzzle Quest spin-off? No you didn't, because that's a lie.
It's been out in Japan for a couple of days, so how is it going so far?
Sunday is comics day, so come on in and enjoy.
People in Japan are playing it a little bit too hard. Maybe.
Rogue has the potential to be an incredibly powerful character, yet games fail to do her justice. Not Marvel Heroes, here Rogue gets all the powers.
With over five million people across the planet now playing Star Wars: Commander, a good 57 per cent of players represent the Galactic Empire.
This is the Origin M50, a top of the line speedster in the game's new racing mode. It also costs £71.