Spider-Man developer Insomniac Games is back with Rift Apart – the perfect summer blockbuster.
Electric Noir’s slick BAFTA-nominated whodunnit puts police discrimination against British Black men under the spotlight, but has a few blindspots of its own.
Bored and lusting over pre-pandemic life, photographer Mikey Corcoran hopped into his Chevrolet, switched on Space 103.2 and got to know the locals of Los Santos. The fictional city of Grand Theft Auto 5.
A slime-filled respite from ongoing global catastrophe, the jelly bean battle royale has become one of the biggest games of 2020. Now its developers want it to become a very different kind of platform.
Cyno vigils, floating corpses, solar system cemeteries and virtual acts of remembrance: in the deep space of this MMO, everyone can hear you mourn – and everyone benefits.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is stuffed with content and collectables. And, like any open-world leviathan, it has glitches and wrinkles, too. But what if those disembodied voices and dead-end plots aren’t mistakes? What if “the truth” really is out there?