All texts by Paul Davies
Ubisoft's violent open-world series is heading to Montana, and we've taken a first look at what it offers.
The Georgian civil war beckons in this ambitious new entry to CI Games' lone-marksman saga.
Make sure that there's room in your life for at least one more sprawling, in-depth RPG.
Feeling a bit stuck in your gaming rut lately, tiring of predictable routines? Ubisoft is selling virtual trips to the Alps as a means to find your freedom.
Good news: everyone can reach the new level cap in Destiny without needing to set foot in the raid. Bad news: this is by far the grindiest grind in the entire weary history of grinding.
"It feels like the end of the road for Destiny before the true sequel. Having said that, it remains a road well worth travelling."
We got to grips with Square Enix's grand vision of role-playing freedom.
A few new details to whet your appetite.
"The story-telling approach is brutal from the beginning, the opening shot telling you all you need to know."
Was the popularity of Blizzard's hero shooter all but inevitable?
If you're terrified at the prospect of fighting in a war, this won't help you all that much.
We got our hands on Respawn's mech-dropping shooter sequel, and we didn't want to put it down.
EA's pampered football project welcomes Battlefield tech and a BioWare infused RPG to keep PES 2017 at arm's length.
Uncanny player likenesses, realistic team attributes and AI improvements across the board for the season ahead.
As Polyphony warms the engines ahead of the next entry in its racing series, we were in attendance at its unveiling in London.
Nathalie Ek talks to us about playing rock, paper, scissors in The Great War.
Fresh from the reveal of the new Battlefield, here are our impressions of the next shooter from DICE.
The return of The King has got us talking about the changing face of the FPS, and boy is it changing.
As Epic's blend of MOBA and third-person shooter prepares to welcome the masses, we've been trying out new heroes with new tricks.
Destiny feels like home again after a long and occasionally arduous journey.
Ahead of the upcoming beta on Xbox One, we went hands-on with Gears 4.
We've been doing some reconnaissance on the single-player portion of Homefront: The Revolution.
As the war taking place at the end of the garden path edges ever closer to our living rooms, we take a look at what's coming in the open beta.
TT Games has assembled yet another Lego title, and we've been hands-on with The Avengers.
We've been hands-on with the prehistoric Far Cry.
Has the solo campaign played out its role in the shooter genre?
What next for Bungie's shooter?
"This is a fully-fledged super Call of Duty that we're honestly absolutely terrified of losing our lives to."