The new 3D platformer feels like a throwback to a forgotten time, in a good way.
Cavalier Game Studios' stylish whodunnit evokes the classics without mimicking them.
Playtonic’s attempt at an N64-style platformer was a misstep, but the genre still deserves bright ideas and fresh eyes.
Plus, an update on Austin Walker’s thoughts on birds.
Fill your ears with all manner of colorful melodies from Playtonic's nostalgic platformer.
There’s a lot to love about Playtonic’s throwback platformer, but where does it really fit in the gaming landscape of 2017?
We went to EGX in Birmingham to ask a host of video game makers about the stress, strains, and strengths of the modern convention.
Massive, colourful open worlds stretch out before you, showing that while this is indebted to the past, it's a very modern gaming experience.
You can't play them all, but we did get our hands on, and faces in front of, the intriguing likes of 'Yooka-Laylee,' 'Absolver,' and 'Mafia III.'
From robot dinosaurs to realistic boob physics, via supernatural assassins and sexy math-made sci-fi worlds, this is basically gaming for the next 12 months.