First, you play Destiny. Then, you complain about Destiny. Then, you play some more.
We normally think of game ratings as little more than a useful marker of where we'll be able to buy a game, or whether or not it's suitable for children. But oh, let me tell you: ESRB literature can be so, so much more than that.
I wish I could say Bearzly inspires me to try harder at games like Dark Souls, but the truth is that I just feel shame at my terrible rolling technique.
How does one kill death itself? By getting your hands dirty, of course.
The hero/villain/it's complicated who launched Star Wars' distant past setting in 2003's Knights of the Old Republic gets another shot at the spotlight in a digital expansion launching in December.
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"Race in hundreds of online & offline players"? That does not make sense.
Ubisoft just released a snazzy new trailer for Assassin's Creed Unity that emphasises the game's story. Without spoiling anything, I think it's safe to say the game is looking very French. That's a good thing, in my book. Click through for the trailer.
The track that ruined many a friendship lives again in blocks.
A clever technique was used in making the game, in which real-world photographs make up the game's scenery.
We've been writing about Bugbear Entertainment's single-player vehicular carnage simulator, Next Car Game, since January. No longer - now it has a name!
This is a Skyrim screenshot. It's from DSOGaming's latest roundup of ENBSeries-modded Skyrim shots, proving that Skyrim can be the planet's prettiest game to take photos of — provided you take the time set up those mods, and have the (beastly) rig to support all that eye candy. Click through for more.
StarCraft pros have taken a rather unusual post pro-gaming career path in South Korea: the entertainment industry.
The brilliant £299 offer on an Asus laptop and Nexus 7 tablet is still running. Take advantage now!