Syndicate Wars designer Mike Diskett and his team at 5 Lives are giving fans what they want – a real successor to the Bullfrog classic, not a FPS pretender.
The pen is most definitely mighter than the Sword.
Killing Floor 2 dials the mess up to 11, polishing the experience from the first into something beautiful, if repetitive.
Bugbear’s spiritual sequel to FlatOut still needs major bodywork before it’s a worthwhile investment.
Darkseas Games didn’t get the Road Rash sequel it wanted – so the studio is making its own.
Based on the evidence in Episode Duscae, FFXV is set to be one of the most exciting releases in the Final Fantasy series for some time.
An avalanche of updates since 2013 means that Poppermost Productions’ open-world skiing game is starting to take shape.
Hauntingly alluring, deep, meaningful, and tragically flawed. Still, an experience one shouldn’t miss.
The minimalist map design legacy of Harry Beck breathes life into Dinosaur Polo Club’s wonderful rail management game.
Lovecraftian roguelike already shaping up to one of the best indie offerings this year.