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Resident Evil 8 - officially named 'Village' - has scares and action to spare, and a story that ultimately knows how ridiculous (yet fun) it is.
Housemarqe's PS5 exclusive is crushingly difficult at times, but its respawn mechanic always ensures a fresh new maze-world to conquer to progress.
This bike racer is wonderfully detailed, which is likely to lend itself to the superfan. Here's what the 2021 edition has to offer.
People Can Fly's shooter might not be the most innovative title, but it's got plenty of good fun to offer up.
Xbox has finally released its own gaming headset, specifically designed for Xbox consoles and Windows PCs. Is it any good though?
While maintstream by Japanese role-playing game standards, there's heaps here to lose yourself in for dozens of hours. Yet another Switch must-buy.
We've had a chance to play through the tutorial that starts Evil Genius 2: World Domination to give you our initial thoughts.
The Wii U classic comes to Switch in fine fashion, with the all-new Bowser's Fury add-on fun, plus the option of four-player online play in 3D World.
This lovingly crafted - yet invariably creepy - puzzling platform game is a unique and unusual treat that'll make you think - in more ways than one.
Agent 47 is back for the third & final instalment in the Hitman trilogy, but is it new & exciting or just more of the Hitman that you know and love?
Whether you're playing solo, multi-player or in VR, Squadrons' convincing control system and space-battles bring the fun. It's a bit samey though.
Amid reports of performance issues, we played Cyberpunk 2077 on multiple platforms. Here's our review after mainly playing it on Xbox Series X and S.
Our cloth hero is back for the PlayStation 5. And what a return for Sackboy. A big adventure is colourful, fun and packed full of joy.
The 2020 remaster of Demon's Souls is as good a facelift as a game could get, and refreshes an all-time classic with simply stunning visuals.
A similarly enjoyable experience to a Zelda game, which is some achievement, and the way in which it mines Greek mythology provides distinctiveness.
The latest COD has the same draw as ever, but does it seem quite as finished as you'd hope? We've been digging into all the modes to find out.
Nintendo has brought back Game & Watch, but with a few key differences to make it an essential purchase for retro games fans and collectors alike.
Play Mario Kart in the real world using your Nintendo Switch. That's what this mixed reality racing game experience is all about.
The PS5 Media Remote is a relatively simple remote control for the media side of the console. Here's what we think of it.
The first next-gen Assassin's Creed title to launch, Valhalla, is set in 9th century England. And it's all about Vikings. Oh yes. But is it any good?
It can be argued that this is the first, truly great "exclusive" for the PS5 and a brilliant way to kick start the next generation. Here's why.
Massive in both standing and real-life, the PlayStation 5 is a games console like no other. Here's what we think of Sony's towering next-gen console.
The Series X is the new flagship of the Xbox ecosystem, but does its compatibility with current gen machines and games also diminish its wow factor?
Microsoft has taken the bold step to offer a cheaper, smaller entry to next-gen in the form of the Xbox Series S. Here's what we think of it.
Is the Storage Expansion Card essential for Xbox Series X and S owners, or could you make do with an external USB HDD instead?
A lost classic that has a second chance to get the acclaim it deserves: Pikmin 3 Deluxe is set alive anew on Nintendo Switch.
Legion moves the Watch Dogs hacking action to a dystopian London and it's all the better for it. Here's why.
We got to play more than an hour of Planet Coaster: Console Edition with no restrictions, in order to check out how it's going so far.
Larian is back with another top-down role-player, but this time it's got the keys to all of Dungeons and Dragons. And it's awesome.
The FIFA game series is one of the most talked-about when it comes to each year's iteration. Does FIFA 21 match expectations?
Some 18 years after the game was released, the 'DE' version updates graphics, characters, mechanics and more. It's a lovingly crafted Mafia rework.
Crytek's gorgeous game is back with a fresh lick of paint, but how has it aged in the meantime?
Hideo Kojima's visionary game is at turns baffling and exciting, but doesn't manage to quite balance. But you have to try Death Stranding to know.
Three Super Mario titles in one - 64, Sunshine, Galaxy - gives the Nintendo Switch yet another classic. But is it more nostalgia than a must-buy?
After a not-so-hot multiplayer beta the full game release shows-off a spectacular single player campaign. We think it'll only improve over time too.
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 won’t just appeal to old Hawks hacks like us and newcomers to the series, it marks a reboot for the franchise full
The Switch is a revolutionary console, bridging the gap between TV and portable play. Its exclusive Mario and Zelda titles make it extra special too.
Dlala's reimagining of Rare Software's 1991 classic functions as a clever showcase of all that was great about games in the 90s. It's a great homage.
EA was once king of the triple-A golf game, having dominated the genre with its Tiger Woods and PGA Tour licensed games for more than two decades.But ...
Developer Sucker Punch's first major departure from its Infamous series is a brave take on Japanese cinema. Has its PS4 exclusive gamble paid off?
Clever tweaks to this F1 title mean we can all feel like Formula One drivers now, regardless of talent. So is it the best racing game of 2020?
It's here! The most highly-anticipated game of a generation has arrived. Does it live up to its hype?
With the creative weight of one of Halo's creators behind it, Disintegration rocks up as an interesting blend of shooting and strategy, with a surpris...
Isometric view old-schol stealth-action tactical gaming at its best. It may look old, but this is as up to date as such games come.
Role-playing games don't come better than this: The Witcher 3 is one of the finest examples of an RPG. It's available on console (inc. Switch) and PC.
Obsidian crafts a beautiful sci-fi world, with perfectly pared-down action-RPG elements, in what is a surprise hit game. It's truly sublime.
Nintendo wants to get you off the sofa and exercising - again. But is the Ring Fit for Switch as groundbreaking as Wii Fit was some years ago?
The Xbox One X is a pricey package but is by far and away the most capable 4K games console currently available.
A fantastic 4K HDR games console with heaps of exclusive titles to play. You'll need a 4K TV, of course, to maximise its potential.
Switching to digital-only makes sense when Xbox is moving towards an online future, but is the disc-free console cheap enough to justify the move?