By renaming your soldiers, you can give your troopers a power-up that will have the Greys running for cover when the heroes come knocking on their doors.
A prequel to the first Homeworld game, Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak bears its heritage brightly and proudly, both in its mechanics and narrative.
Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: Russia would be a perfect example of combining stealth, action and a tight story into one solid 2.5D adventure. If only it wasn’t such a red menace in the difficulty department.
Firewatch offers a compelling experince with some of the best written dialogue you’re likely to find, making the brief stay in Wyoming an essential one.
With dozens of Shinobi doing that very weird run where their arms flail at the side, you’re spoilt for choice in Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4. Here’s how to get your ninja hands on them.
Deadpool is an outrageously entertaining, genre-busting piece of gonzo cinema that somehow pulls off that criminally rare Hollywood achievement of actually being more than worth the wait.
Some heroes are born. Some are created. Some are destined for greatness. And then there’s Deadpool. Marvels’ most popular anti-hero hits cinemas next week, and we’ve got your questions covered.
The Generalissimo himself, Stan Lee, needs your help in LEGO Marvel Avengers. If you can find him that is. Which you totally can, with this guide. Excelsior!
Ten years ago, Justice League Unlimited finished a titanic animated run on TV. Here’s ten reasons why it was the best show ever made.
Mad politicians, amazing space adventures and magical journeys with Yarny. It’s all the games of February, right here in one convenient post.
The Division Beta opens its doors to Ubisoft’s latest IP, and it’s the game’s most risky elements that are the most engrossing to interact with.
Here’s the first hour (sort of) of The Division, captured for your viewing pleasure. Feel free to laugh at how kak Darryn is at it.