Together with two new companions we head into Blackwood, where we uncover more of the Daedra's machinations.
With Strive, the fighting game genre is taken to new heights, but unfortunately, it is not without some resistance.
On this emotional journey we work together with giants to save our world, plagued by deadly fungal spores.
The trio of games are solid, but sadly this feels like a lazy remaster.
Some things are best left in the past.
Take to the field of battle to fight for the pious Agathian Knights or for the ruthless Mason Order, in Torn Banner Studios' medieval, multiplayer, first-person slasher.
After suffering two unfortunate delays, Song of Horror has now finally landed on consoles.
The sniping sequel takes us to the Middle East to deal with a revengeful widow.
A frustrated Måns has crashed pixel cars in classic track racing with multiple game modes.
Is it a plunderous hoard or a bilge-sucking trip to Davy Jones' Locker?
Who knew that growing old would be this painful.
Switch between three unique characters in this new action platformer
Employ a new style of martial arts to save or send the world to a darker fate in Experiment 101's Kung-Fu fable.
Ironically, this endless runner feels a little too rushed.
One of Steam's most popular titles has finally made the leap to consoles.
Dodgeball and gaming have never collided like this before.
If you want to re-experience the past of the SMT series, this will be your opportunity.
Bend Studio's not-zombie game has landed on PC, but is it worth your time?
A proper remaster of one of gaming's best trilogies.
Frozen seas and laser-penguins... This is Below Zero.
Head to the Emerald Isle on the next stage in Eivor's saga.
The idea is there, but in practice, this one doesn't quite hit the mark.
Take command of an adorable collection of robots and build a functioning colony on a distant planet.
A free upgrade, or a patch to meet minimum expectations? We played the new version.
Be sure to approach this punishingly hard shooter with caution.
Stop it Capcom, you're doing it again.
Time to get cozy with this new life sim.
This BAFTA-nominated game follows a woman's struggle with dementia.
Updating an old classic, done right.
The third and final expansion for the Ubisoft-developed title brings a new hero, island, and perspective to explore.
Sadly, Smelter proved to be a better idea on paper than in execution.
Is this predecessor to the critically acclaimed Nier: Automata worth a revisit?
It might lack innovation, but it's still a solid racer at its core.
Revisit the Mysterious Trilogy on PC, Switch, or PS4.
Say No! More is the world's first self-declared NPG (NO!-Playing Game). It's a silly game but one with a serious message.
Compete for glory in this daft and wacky arcade, party game.
Treat time as both a friend and a foe in this competitive perplexing FPS.
Look no further if you're searching for a modern day substitute to the Donkey Kong Country series.
This brutal hack 'n' slash is great for the gamers who love a good challenge.
A heartfelt narrative-driven adventure with an innovative gameplay mechanic at its core.
Abe's back, in a "big visual and cinematic" remake of the 1998 original Abe's Exoddus.
This beloved shooter is now finally accessible to Sony and Nintendo fans.
After a weekend featuring a ton of People Can Fly's latest title, we've pulled together our thoughts.
Journey back to the Faelands in this remaster of one of 2012's defining RPGs
Five years after its formation, Studio Koba has made an impressive debut.
Its disastrous demo only signalled the start of its problems.
Leave the glistening shores of the Golden Isle behind in favour of the lush lands to the East.
If you're looking for a chance to live life as a supervillain, look no further.
Whoever said magic wasn't cool.
Hazelight is back with another co-op focused adventure.