Do you like folding envelopes? How about hitting people in the face with folding chairs? Either way, Persona 4 Golden has you covered
Most games don’t ask you to question morality. In Spec Ops: The Line, questioning morality is the entire point.
Final Fantasy has a long and rich history, littered with a huge amount of spin-off games. Ahead of this week’s release of Final Fantasy: Type 0 HD, we look back at the best Final Fantasy spin-off games in Square Enix’s back-catalog
One last ride on the Orient
There is more to play than just in playing – something that 3DS eshop classic Gunman Clive uses to its advantage. Taylor Hidalgo discusses how.
The Sega Genesis game Crusader of Centy was designed for children with The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past in mind – and it shows. But that doesn’t stop it from being a charming, clever adventure worthy of your afternoon.
Looking back at Syndicate Wars, a classic of mid-90s cyberpunk strategy and a game that led to a growing love of Manga.
Jodie Rodgers looks back at a pivotal moment in Crystal Dynamics’ 2013 reboot of Ms. Croft.
Back in 2007, there was only one game that I genuinely anticipated. No, it wasn’t Bioshock – though Irrational’s (mostly) excellent game certainly occupied plenty of my time that year. And it wasn’t The Orange Box, whose contents were a largely unknown quantity until we finally managed to get our hands on them after release.…
When bugs and technical problems get in the way of a great game, frustration and rage are the result. Nic Bunce recounts his time with Bethesda’s Skyrim.