Will Far Cry 4 on PC play exactly the same as the console versions when using a controller? We reached out to Ubisoft to find out.
Skyrim for Cars. It’s gorgeous, massive and packed with cars, locations and fun things to do. An accessible, fun, petrolheads dream.
In what can be described as Taken with less cool and more Bond, Brosnan does a decent job as an ex-CIA agent out for revenge but is tripped by the generic plot.
This rollercoaster of a ride is a shallow experience, but still a great deal of fun while watching it.
Merging online connectivity with some great challenge ideas turns an average racer into a fun albeit flawed experience.
Halloween is just around the corner and we took the time to reflect back on some of our most memorable moments from scary games.
Fast-paced action and platformer fun that will have you coming back for more as you try and beat the next challenge.
Based on a true story, it ensures that it’ll keep you on edge as you watch a disastrous predicament unfold.
It’s the perfect entry point for newcomers to the Zelda Series or ‘hardcore’ gamers who have never felt the need to play a Zelda game. Loads of hack and slash action and plenty of Zelda nostalgia all round.
It’s a roller-coaster ride that hits almost every note a blockbuster should. Marvel already peaked? Most certainly not!
Is it worth dishing out the money to own all of the “next-gen consoles” or are you better off sticking to only one?
A tense, edge-of-your seat ‘whodunnit’ in which an Air Marshal must track down the killer holding his flight’s passengers ransom.
Part shooter, part MMO, Destiny is a mixture of both that shows some weaknesses but ultimately delivers on exciting and enjoyable gameplay.
A quirky, fun arcade-sports title, despite a case of some lazy game design that relies too heavily on the Mario franchise.
Is Destiny in need of post-release modifications to get it back on track and make it the game that everyone was hoping it would be?
The original bible story like you’ve never seen it before, wrapped in an epic Hollywood package.
A lifeless, CG heavy film that takes its own content way too seriously and struggles to make contact with its audience
Diablo has found a new home on next-gen consoles and with all it has to offer, anyone who owns a next-gen console shouldn’t be caught without a copy.
Divergent shares many similarities to the Hunger Games, and it’s fairly safe to say that if you enjoy the one, you will most probably enjoy the other.
The Lego Movie bursts with creativity and character, and will ultimately put a smile on your face as you max out your credit card buying new Lego sets at the store.
As a throwback to the great car films of old, it’s fun and has a lot of heart , even if the plot makes no sense at all.