Hook, line, and sinker.
Anyone looking for a reason to boot up Battlefield V again should immediately jump into a match on this fantastic, frantic warzone.
Done right, crafting is a robust and valid path through games.
It’s a seriously hard task, but the idea of skipping the gear grind and defeating the big bad certainly is appealing.
A new update allows up to four players to join up and tackle courses together.
Are they avoidable? Yes. But there's definitely a lot of them, so here's what's you need to know.
I’m in for a long haul but here are some initial thoughts.
For good or ill, things don’t seem much different than they were 20 years ago.
Relearning the plot and characters has been a lot of fun, and I can’t wait to see where it goes next.
The brief preview shows some of the game’s silly world and characters, but ultimately, it feels a little generic.
Dataminer Lance McDonald has turned up even more scares hiding just out of frame in Hideo Kojima’s horror demo.
These long-awaited badasses bring a rough-and-tumble play style that’s focused on staying alive and adapting to any situation.
Hearing the game's main theme plink out from this music box is like travelling back in time to my first playthrough.
To access the game's 200cc tier, you'll have to pay £4.99 a month.
When it lands its punches, they’re knockouts.
It paints a clearer picture into the money and percentages that draw in high profile games.