It’s not a massive departure from Far Cry 3, but is that a bad thing?
Unity is every bit as thick with great content as it is with technical issues, but still proves to be an excellent gaming experience.
With Far Cry 4 releasing, we invite you to one last interview with Ubisoft before Far Cry 4 hits shelves worldwide.
Building on the successes and high-seas adventures of Black Flag, Rogue delivers more of the goods with familiar gameplay and lots of content.
The next evolution of Call of Duty since the first Modern Warfare is finally here and its every bit as fun as it is pretty.
A journey into Middle-Earth that borrows many of its tried and tested gameplay ingredients, but whips them into an enjoyable recipe of action and adventure.
If you like the idea of fighting games, but don’t have the time or patience to learn all of the moves, Nidhogg provides a fresh formula for some head to head fun.
A movie that offers fantastic visuals, huge ideas and perhaps too many touching moments.
Whether it’s about the research that helped Ubisoft capture Paris’ stinky atmosphere or its impressive new features, we bring you one last interview before Unity hits gaming systems.
Super-fans of F1 will be attracted by the new hybrid cars and two new tracks, but there’s little else here that you didn’t already get from last year’s game.
As the follow up to The Conjuring, it may not be as good but still offers some fun jump scares.
What if developers included console options to choose between high res & low frame rate or low res & high frame rate?