Two of the most popular DS/3DS characters combine and the results are as good as you would think they should be. Let's see what Simon has to say.
Infamous makes the jump to the new generation with a brand new character, but it may not be as good as the previous games. Find out why in our review.
While more than a week overdue, Battlefield 4's Naval Strike expansion was well worth the wait. Check out the new maps in these high-resolution images.
Simon thinks Yoshi's New Island for the 3DS is one of the most uninspiring and unimaginative games that Nintendo has produced in a long time. Let's see.
Metal Gear Solid returns with a prologue to The Phantom Pain. However, you may not want to rush out and buy this one. Let's see what Simon thinks.
The big hope of early 2014 for the Xbox One finally arrives. Titanfall is good, but perhaps the hype went a little too far. Let's see.
The master thief returns on a brand new generation of console. Perhaps though he should have stayed where he was... hidden in the shadows.
Trigger Happy Havoc is one of the most mature games we have played. It isn't afraid to treat you like an adult, and is all the more better for it.
This game was met with disappointment and derision upon its announcement. However, this is one of the best Wii U games around.
Skateboarding games have had a lull recently, but OlliOlli looks to change all that on the PSVITA.
We have 116 direct comparison images detailing the evolution from core Battlefield 3 maps to Battlefield 4 Second Assault maps. Let's take a look!
Titanfall is Microsoft's biggest hope for the Xbox One in early 2014. Thankfully for them, it's looking like one of 2014's best games.
One of the best films of 2014 also has a video game. Lego games have become a bit stale - can the film give the franchise the lift it needs?
Less than 12 months since its release, an improved and upgraded Tomb Raider hits for new consoles. Has it done enough to make you want to buy it?
Double Fine Adventure arrives in the form of Broken Age. Has Schafer and his team successfully brought back humorous 1990's adventure gaming?
Nintendo takes one of its beloved console party games, and shrinks it down for the handheld. Perhaps they shouldn't have though. Let's find out.
Nintendo takes a huge risk by building what amounts to a remake of A Link to the Past, and perhaps it paid off.
A new PlayStation game that isn't on the PS4, but is still spectacular to say the least. Gran Turismo 6 lives up to the series history.
An upgraded version for the PS4 of a fairly solid fighting game. Is it enough to get you back again? Let's see.