I’m not a relationship man, I just don’t really do them, but I watch a lot of corny romcoms and read lots of Reddit posts about relationship woes. This is why I am going to be the perfect video game-based agony aunt and tell you the perfect games to play…
WRC has been the official video game for the FIA World Rally Championship for some time now, and each instalment keeps getting better. WRC6 has seen considerable input and involvement from professional rally driver, Sébastien Chardonnet; winner of the 2013 WRC3 championship and current participant in WRC1. We were fortunate enough…
Deus Ex has always taken pride in giving the player choice throughout every aspect of the experience; the routes you take to the objective you choose, the responses you make to who you give the privilege of conversing with you. Every step you take, every word you utter can impact…
This may sound like a weird choice for an article, video games are an entertainment medium, outside of the art side of things, their entire purpose is to prevent boredom by providing entertainment to people. So instead of boring you (see what I did there?) with a bunch of games…
Back in the mid 90’s, Japanese developer Atlus decided to develop a mainstream role playing game series that would spin off from their Shin Megami Tensei franchise, which began in 1987 with Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei for the NES.  They decided to set this series in a high school,…
Nuka World is Fallout 4's sixth and final DLC in the collection that saw players battling with robots, heading to the ends of the earth in Far Harbour and a range of add-ons, such as getting your very own Deathclaw pet to turn on disobedient settlers within your community. The…
It came, it saw, it crushed many a player; but Dark Souls III has since been bested by its hoard of dedicated fans. However the beast still has some tricks up its sleeve with the upcoming DLC packs. The first of which, the mysteriously named Ashes of Ariandel, was recently revealed. Despite…
“LET’S FUCKING DO THIS!” is the bloodcurdling battlecry I’m greeted with as the controller is placed in my hands. I’m sat in a small booth behind closed doors at Gamescom 2016 having a go at Tormentor x Punisher, the upcoming game from Joonas Turner, one of the guys behind Nuclear…
It's very easy to be caught up in the new generation, after the first few years feeling like a teething process with not a huge selection of big games to play; the ninth generation of consoles has really come into its own, but we cannot completely abandon the last generation…
When Yooka-Laylee first appeared on Kickstarter, I leapt at the occasion to give this new project some of my hard-earned money in order for these Rare veterans and composers a chance to make a game I have been pining for since the 2000 release of Banjo-Tooie on the Nintendo 64.…
Since the first unveiling at VGX 2013, No Man’s Sky instantly captured the hearts and minds of gamers across the world. Winning countless awards years prior to release, players were truly infatuated with the beautiful world that Sean Murray and the guys at Hello Games were proposing. The sceptics amongst…
Portal has inspired a lot of similar games over the last decade or so that have tried to emulate and improve the formula, but none have really managed it except for the sequel, Portal 2. The Turing Test from Bulkhead Interactive is another title that’s even more similar than most.…
The desire to find something new is one of the reasons why the adventure genre for video games has constantly evolved since the days of the first text adventures released on computers like the BBC Micro. After the phenomenal successes of adventures such as Rise of the Tomb Raider, Life…
Let’s be honest: A lot of the recent licensed Warhammer 40k games have been pretty naff. Thankfully, Space Hulk: Deathwing seems to be an anomaly in that recent trend. Based on the original Space Hulk tabletop game, it’s being developed by Streum On Studio whose only previous game was E.Y.E…
The MOBA and RTS market have become quite inseparable but a lot of games recently have taken on the role of becoming a MOBA with some 'RTS elements', taking away from the original strategy of RTS titles and the nuances within them. DropZone developed by SparkyPants and published by GameForge…
In the current overly saturated market of indie two dimensional platformers, they have to be really special to stand out and make themselves known. Ori and the Blind Forest is one that comes to mind, while Shovel Knight is another. Mekazoo could well be another addition to the list. Set…
Drone racing is one of the latest sports to gain popularity and it doesn’t seem to have any danger of falling off, given the amount of new and improved drones constantly hitting the market. LuGus Studios have tapped this new market early by creating the world’s first commercial drone racing…
Earlier this year, we published a character guide for Persona 5 that showcased the first five playable characters. Various streams and live events have taken place since that day, showcasing a playable demo, the official release dates for the game for Japan, North America and Europe to name a few.…
We Happy Few is a game that has been on many people’s radar for quite some time after debuting at PAX East 2015 with a fantastic trailer and very early hands on demo for attendees.  You play as Arthur Hastings, a regular citizen of Wellington Wells; a dystopian English village…
To celebrate the 20th celebration of Pokemon, fans are invited into GAME for a chance to collect the Mythical Pokemon Arceus. Owners of Pokémon Omega Ruby, Pokémon Alpha Sapphire, Pokémon X orPokémon Y will be able to get the Pokemon free of charge. Arceus is one of the Mythical Pokemon of the…
Horror games are coming out on a pretty regular basis and for horror adrenaline junkies it is a great time to be alive. The genre has been producing many high quality games over the past couple years that scare and terrify us, and 2016 looks like it is going to be…