With Bruce Wayne out of the picture, it's time for a new set of heroes to stand up for the people of Gotham.
We look back at the legacy of Lionhead's fan-favourite fantasy series as the next entry is readied for release over at Playground Games.
With the worlds of Alan Wake and Control set to collide this month, we speculate on how the two might be linked.
We fired some questions over to associate game director Alex Cox, and here's what he fired back.
After playing Squadrons during a recent hands-on event, we had the chance to talk with the game's creative director.
With Microsoft's big summer show looming, we look ahead at what might be coming to Xbox.
Ahead of Ubisoft Forward, here's everything the publisher has shared publically about the next Assassin's Creed.
We caught up with producer Stefan Ljungqvist and discussed the various ingredients that are going into the promising open-world action-RPG.
With the release of the New Frontier Season Pass, and following the latest Community Update, we've been checking back in on Civ 6.
After playing through the first four hours of CD Projekt Red's Cyberpunk 2077, we had the pleasure of chatting with level designer Max Pears about what we played.
Eirik highlights five things he liked as well as a handful of concerns after talking with Crystal Dynamics and seeing more of the super-powered online action-RPG.
After its announcement during this month's EA Play, we caught up with Klaus Lyngeled and Olov Redmalm from Zoink Games to find out more about the studio's striking new adventure.
We've had a chat with Toys for Bob's Paul Yan, and the new Crash looks like it will be worth the wait.
Updated for 2020: Some things in life are better when they're shared, including these games.
Bandai Namco takes advantage of the imagination of the human brain and creates an action-RPG in which we use our mind to secure the future of mankind.
The campaign in Greymoor is great, but some of the side-missions are even better. That being the case, Anne has some recommendations to make.
It's time for boots on the ground and cycles in the air as the debut game from V1 Interactive is readied for takeoff.
With so many plans up in the air this summer, there are plenty of games still to be announced. Here are just a few of them...
We're changing our plans this summer. Here's everything you need to know.
We tested Microsoft's new cloud gaming service, which is currently in its preview phase. Will it beat Google Stadia?
We had a chance to talk with Gears of War: Bloodlines author Jason M. Hough.
With Splash Damage taking the Gears in a more tactical direction, we've put together a few pointers to help you get started.
We've collected together a selection of great games that you might have missed on the subscription service.
We talk to the woman behind Aluna: Sentinel of the Shards, the action-RPG adaptation of her own comic book.
In these days of self-isolation, we've pulled together a list of games that are as great as they are huge. If you've got a few hours to kill, we've got you covered.
We've collected together some tips that should help you get to grips with id's stellar new shooter.
We reflect on the origin, legacy, and current status of Doom's iconic Marine.
If you're planning on getting lost in Moon Studios' latest adventure, we've got a few tips to help you get started.
We caught up with the popular and ever-evolving Finnish rock band Poets of the Fall and discussed their work on Remedy's games over the years.
Typhoon Studios' alien world can be a scary place, but if you take our advice you should survive (mostly) unscathed.
The turn of a new decade has prompted us to look back at some of the biggest anniversaries in gaming.
With games increasingly being adapted into films and television series, we consider whether we might be about to see a step up in quality.
There are some excellent indie games on the horizon, and we've rounded up 20 that we think are worth keeping tabs on.
We talked to Greymoor's creative director, Rich Lambert, in the run-up to the announcement of the next chapter of The Elder Scrolls Online.
Fullbright's moving and surprising narrative journey is one of the standout experiences we've enjoyed in the last decade.
Bethesda's iconic RPG was released back in 2011, and still stands the test of time when talking about role-playing games.
As our ongoing retrospective series continues, Gian looks back at the biggest success story of the last decade.
In our ongoing series about the games that defined the last decade for us, Lisa looks back at a fantasy adventure that truly stands out from the crowd.
In this short series, the GR team will reflect on the iconic games of the last decade that meant the most to them, and we're starting with Sam's look back at Dark Souls.
With new consoles on the way, the coming twelve months should be nothing short of incredible.
Capcom does it again with another excellent horror game that takes us back to Raccoon City for a truly memorable adventure.
FromSoftware's brilliant and brutal action-adventure blew us away when it landed earlier this year.
This year Respawn proved that going up against Fortnite and PUBG isn't always a hopeless endeavour.
This year Remedy smashed it out of the park with its latest supernatural action-adventure.
We've tested tiny in-ears and massive headphones in 2019. In this article, we praise the best of both worlds.
This was the year that Obsidian Entertainment finally stepped out of the shadow of New Vegas.
We've tested a lot of fancy TVs in 2019, but which one was our favourite?
House House's adorable sandbox puzzler is a game for the whole family to enjoy.
ZA/UM's inventive RPG proved to be one of the year's most intriguing experiences.
With the various categories done and dusted, now it's time to give you our top ten games of 2019.