Paperville Panic is delighting players from the US to South Korea, but for Ultimerse it could just be step one towards something much bigger.
The Switch's 2019 lineup gets bolstered with a mix of sequels and throwbacks.
Game-makers on the benefits of a subscription catalogue model, and what the success of Game Pass means for the future of the business.
With a solid turn-based design, exhaustive multiplayer and the ability for players to make their own levels and stories, Wargroove is a strategy fan's dream.
Taking bits from three of the best games in the series, this reimagining of the 1998 classic is a beautiful, terrifying, gore-filled masterpiece.
Sony's default controller is great, but it could always be better. Enter Razer's high-end replacement, the Raiju.
Solve an adorably nefarious conspiracy with a group of colourful friends (and a pair of noodly legs) in this charming, hilarious and all-ages little game.
Suda51's curious No More Heroes spin-off is a good time, despite being occasionally unintelligible and not all that fun to play.
Six years on, this is still a near-perfect Mario platformer whether you're playing solo or screwing over your friends.
Like a playable painting of ink and pigment, GRIS is an arresting and intoxicating game that, while brief and mechanically uncomplicated, delivers a memorable meditation on inner strength.
Breathing fresh air into the ancient Wonder Boy series, this is a meticulous and vital side-scrolling adventure.
Of the many dozens of exciting games scheduled to release over the next twelve months, these are the ones we can't wait to play.
Another year is almost over, and once again it seems like there were far too many video games to get through in a single lifetime, let alone a year.
From remakes of Game Boy games and services that let you rediscover the early 2000s, to collections that let you play the best of Sega or SNK on the go.
Combining everything that's come before with new content and smart tweaks, this is a stellar party game, an incredible competitive experience and a museum to gaming rolled into one.
Epic's new store will charge developers a commission of just 12 per cent, less than half of what Apple, Google and Valve charge.
This adorably tiny PlayStation is a great way to play some interesting games from the mid-'90s, but its issues make it tough to recommend to everyone.
This incredible remaster proves the little purple dragon's first three games are worthy of remembering, even if they haven't aged flawlessly.
Fuelled by a touch of nostalgia, Pokemon is healthy and heading into a third decade.
The first traditional-style Pokemon games for Switch crib from both 1998's Game Boy game and Pokemon GO, making for a fresh take that anyone can play.