City Of Brass review – first person Prince Of Persia

City Of Brass (PS4) - prince of thieves

City Of Brass (PS4) – prince of thieves

A first person Arabian Nights style adventure is a welcome break from sci-fi and modern day action but it does have its drawbacks…

City Of BrassGame review: City Of Brass is a first person Prince Of Persia

Assassin’s Creed was always a strange move for Ubisoft, given how the first game was so similar in style and setting to Prince Of Persia; so much so that some originally mistook it for a spin-off. The risk paid off though and Assassin’s Creed’s continued success has meant that… Read the full story

Killing Floor: Incursion PSVR review – co-op survival horror

Killing Floor: Incursion (PSVR) - zombies aren't the most intelligent of enemies

Killing Floor: Incursion (PSVR) – zombies aren’t the most intelligent of enemies

PlayStation VR gets a new co-op shooter based on the popular first person shooter series, but does VR add or subtract from the experience?

Killing Floor: IncursionKilling Floor: Incursion PSVR review – co-op survival horror

No matter how many times it’s proven impractical with current technology, a fast action first person shooter remains the holy grail for virtual reality. There are already a lot of great games that fulfil that role to some degree – titles like RIGS,… Read the full story

Red Dead Redemption II official trailer #3 looks amazing – watch it here

Red Dead Redemption II - good, not bad, and certainly not ugly

Red Dead Redemption II – good, not bad, and certainly not ugly

Rockstar Games has given the most detailed look yet at their upcoming cowboy adventure, including new hints about the story campaign.

Crown Prince of Dubai hopes Big Ben will 'get well soon’ after seeing the ongoing repairs

Just as they promised, Rockstar has released a third trailer for Red Dead Redemption II, and the best news is… the game hasn’t been delayed again.

But there’s still precious little hard information in the trailer, beyond the fact that the game is… Read the full story

Thanos’ Infinity Gauntlet is in God Of War… sort of

No Merchandising. Editorial Use Only. No Book Cover Usage Mandatory Credit: Photo by Marvel/Disney/Kobal/REX/Shutterstock (9641147as) Thanos (Josh Brolin) "Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War" Film - 2018

An Easter egg for a film that wasn’t even out when the game launched

God Of War has been revealed to have an unexpected reference to Avengers: Infinity War, with a very familiar looking talisman.

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Avengers: Infinity War may have only just come out in cinemas but the basic storyline dates back… Read the full story

Total War Saga: Thrones Of Britannia review – battle of Britain

Total War Saga: Thrones Of Britannia (PC) - getting medieval

Total War Saga: Thrones Of Britannia (PC) – getting medieval

The Total War series reinvents itself as a more streamlined and accessible strategy game set in medieval Britain.

Jamie Carragher names the 'most important player' at Liverpool – and it's not Mo Salah

For the last 18 years the Total War series has maintained an impressively consistent quality as one of gaming’s premier strategy series. But like any strategy game they can be a hard sell to the uninitiated, even with their famously impressive battlefield visuals. That’s no doubt why the last couple… Read the full story

Five more God Of War games planned says director

God Of War - serious action and serious storytelling

God Of War – will the next one be on PlayStation 5?

The creator of the new God Of War has confirmed there are plans for multiple new entries, but will they be on PS4 or PS5?

Alexander Rybak’s back and That’s How You Write A Eurovision Winning Song

Considering what a huge critical and commercial success the new God Of War has been it’s obvious there’s going to be another one.

That doesn’t necessarily mean director Cory Barlog would be involved – after five years you could imagine he might want a… Read the full story

State Of Decay 2 hands-on preview and interview – ‘I want them to feel like they’re going back to something that they love’

State Of Decay 2 - much improved but still far from perfect

State Of Decay 2 – much improved but still far from perfect

GameCentral spends two hours on the new Xbox One exclusive and talks to the creators about zombie fatigue and bug fixing.

The term review-proof is something that usually comes up with a game that’s so popular it really doesn’t matter what any critic says, it’s still going to be a sales smash. And while it might not seem the most obvious example the original State Of Decay was exactly that: it came out at the height of the world’s zombie fever and even though it was riddled with… Read the full story