Games Inbox: What was the best game of E3 2021?

The Thursday Inbox is upset that there was no sign of new DC Comics games at E3, as one reader tries to guess the next Zelda game’s name. To join in with the discussions yourself email [email protected] Unofficial bestI see that the ‘official’ best game of E3, voted on by who knows who, is Forza […]

Elden Ring gameplay trailer is here to watch now – game out January 2022

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a webbrowser thatsupports HTML5video The makers of Dark Souls have finally unveiled their newest game, with From Software’s Elden Ring looking every bit as good as everyone hoped. It seemed a long shot right up until it happened, but not only has FromSoftware released […]

Game Builder Garage preview – Nintendo game construction kit

GameCentral gets a sneak peek at Nintendo’s new game creation tool, which aims to teach young and old about how you make video games. Although Nintendo’s own development processes are a closely guarded secret the success of the Super Mario Maker series shows they do have an interest in encouraging ordinary people to make their […]

Games Inbox: Who is the best Mass Effect character?

The Wednesday Inbox is concerned about the upcoming Sonic The Hedgehog reveal, as one reader debates which is the best video game movie. To join in with the discussions yourself email [email protected] Romance not essentialI’ve been playing through Mass Effect Legendary Edition and really enjoying it, especially now I’m on Mass Effect 2. I played […]

Games Inbox: Will the Uncharted movie be any good?

The Tuesday Inbox begins the Sonic cycle for the rumours of a new retro compilation, as one reader is unsurprised that Biomutant is a dud. To join in with the discussions yourself email [email protected] Young NateI’m curious to know if there’s anyone out there who thinks the Uncharted movie is going to be either good […]

Games with Gold June: Xbox free games news and EIGHT Game Pass releases

When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time. The next week will see Microsoft announce its […]

The Goonies get a new board game this summer

A board game based on the classic 1980s film The Goonies is on the way from developer Prospero Hall, and will be published by Funko Games. Titled The Goonies: Never Say Die, it’s described as a kind of light role-playing experience run by a game master. The game will retail for $34.99 and be available […]

Ranking Every Mortal Kombat Game From Worst To Best

Mortal Kombat is a landmark franchise for the video game industry. Not only did it push the boundaries of what is acceptable in interactive media in the ’90s, but the series has continued innovating and evolving the fighting-game genre with high-quality cinematic story modes, new approaches to post-launch support, and a continued desire to push the […]

The Story Behind Supergiant Games’ Transistor

Coming off the heels of our latest issue, which features a profile on close-knit studio Supergiant Games, we’re also sharing parts of the indie developer’s amazing journey online by posting the stories behind its inventive titles. Last week, we took an in-depth look at Supergiant’s formation and its debut game, Bastion. Now we’re shining the spotlight […]