A release window for David Cage’s new neo-noir thriller title has been confirmed.
We rank the biggest announcements coming out of E3 2017.
Nintendo want players to know Metroid is still a key franchise for the company.
Whilst interesting, Quarantine suffers from short match lengths and will unlikely hold the interest of hardcore strategy players for long.
An immersive, comedic and super interactive game that I only wish was longer. For fans of VR and, of course, Rick & Morty is not worth missing.
Lego Worlds is going retro.
As the 14th anniversary of the original release of Beyond Good & Evil approaches, Ubisoft have officially announced a prequel is in production.
The sequel to the 2014 original will be released first for consoles in September, and then for PC the following month in October.
The PlayStation 4 exclusive Days Gone gets a brand new 7-minute gameplay demo.
Call of Duty: WWII’s multiplayer will see a new Divisions system, lettings players battle as a member of an elite outfit.
For the first time ever Crash Bandicoot’s sister, Coco, will be fully playable in the upcoming Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy.
Square Enix release a new 20-minute gameplay video for the newly announced Life is Strange: Before the Storm.
Sony announce the console has surpassed a new sales milestone.
Just Dance 2018 will feature over 40 new songs including Billboard top hits and classic oldies.
A sequel to The Crew has been officially announced by Ubisoft and is slated for release worldwide in early 2018.