Finally worthy of legendary series.
January is not usually the most thrilling time of year for gamers but here are four releases to look out for.
Still counting the cost of an expensive Christmas? Well how about some free games to beat the January blues.
As we head into the new year I take a look at the top 5 most anticipated game releases of 2018.
Frank’s Big Christmas Package.
Switch-ing it up for FIFA 18.
Christmas has come early for gamers who grew up in the 80s and 90s after Capcom announced it is to release a brand new Mega Man next year.
Any music fan will be aware of how vinyl records have become strangely fashionable again, with the retro format enjoying a resurgence as an alternative mp3 downloads and streaming.
Great strides forwards... and backwards.
COD returns to its roots and it was well worth the wait.
Origins of a new era for Assassin’s.
You’re going to have yourself a time.
The most popular emojis among US English speakers has been revealed by tech giant Apple.
GT retains its eternal beauty.
A mum is warning parents of young children to check electrical appliances after her 23-month-old daughter got dragged inside a spinning tumble dryer.
Gargantuan and addictive.
No fadeaway for the best sports game of 2017 by far.
Gamers are set for what looks like the best month of releases in a decade from Tuesday (October 17).
Playing computer games like Call of Duty or Grand Theft Auto on a regular basis gives a learning edge over non-gamers, a study found.
Video game mascots may seem a little archaic now but they are certainly integral in the introduction to gaming for people my age, that’d be a vague mid to late 20s.