Lies of P review | A Soulslike with no strings attached
Soulslike action RPG Lies of P doesn't quite step out from Bloodborne's shadow, but it's still a slick and stylish experience. Our review:
Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon review | Mech-ing Gundam dreams a reality
FromSoftware revives a cult mech action series with Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon - and the results are explosive. Our review:
Super Crazy Rhythm Castle hands-on preview | Music to our ears
Konami have teamed up with developer Second Impact Games to bring us the delightful musical action game, Super Crazy Rhythm Castle. Here's why you should be looking forward to it...
Final Fantasy XVI review | Swords, sorcery and spectacle
Does the Final Fantasy franchise’s future lie in fast-paced, real-time action? Here’s our review of Final Fantasy XVI.
Star Wars | The boldest, most interesting storytelling is now in video games
While Star Wars movies and TV shows follow similar characters and plots, it’s in video games that new storytelling ground is being broken.
RoboCop: Rogue City preview | We’d buy this one for a dollar
RoboCop: Rogue City, the latest retro movie tie-in from the makers of Terminator: Resistance, is a likeably gory shooter-RPG hybrid. Our hands-on preview:
Triple-A games are too big and take too long to make – now what?
With the biggest games taking up to seven years to make, what happens to the triple-A industry next? We caught up with some developers to find out.
Titanfall 2's fluid traversal lives on in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor
Titanfall 3 may not be happening anytime soon, but Respawn has evolved that series' masterful traversal mechanics for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.