If you loved fantasy and video games in the late 1980s and early 1990s, Knightmare was your show. We spoke to two of its rare winners.
Variable State's new game, 'Virginia', is a mystery inspired by 'Twin Peaks' and 'The X-Files.' But unlike those shows known for their banter, the characters in Virginia don't say a word.
The new episode of this interactive Gotham story spills way more blood than expected, setting a precedent for where Game of Thrones goes next.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild' is E3's outstanding game in the eyes of the critics, which sets Nintendo in great stead for an NX comeback.
Guerrilla Games' not-like-Killzone-whatsoever adventure title has a 2017 release date, but we've already taken it for a spin, and came away very happy indeed.
Millions of us have been playing as the same man for a year now, all on slightly different journeys. Now, it's time to say farewell.
Cyanide's adaptation of the pen-and-paper game is aiming to deliver a terrifying atmosphere, not cheap jump scares.
It's ancient, slow, and you (almost) can't die in it. And yet LucasArts' 1990 adventure remains absolute gaming perfection for me.
Co-directors Michel Koch and Raoul Barbet discuss their game's heavyweight themes of bullying and assisted suicide.
Monolith Soft's epic-scale JRPG looks and feels entirely unlike any other game out there, and is well worth taking a chance on.
'Finn & Jake Investigations' is a point-and-click game given a candy coating, but all your favourite characters can't save a dull experience.
Telltale's now-complete series is very funny, surprisingly sincere, and the gaming equivalent of a TV show on Netflix that I can't help but binge watch.