Far Cry 4 is real, and it's coming later on this year. Steve Burns wonders whether Ubisoft should cut its losses on the story front, and go for broke on emergent play.
Microsoft has announced that it will be shipping a Kinect-less Xbox One for £349. Steve Burns looks at the peripheral's past and Microsoft's future.
Dark Souls 2 borrows liberally from its predecessor rather than create a new experience and in doing so offers nothing original and cheapens the series as a whole.
In the first in a new series looking back at the VideoGamer team's favourite gaming moments, Steve Burns talks about the original Unreal Tournament, and one map in particular. (No, not Facing Worlds.)
Deer, alarm clocks, death! This week's VGPlays has lost all sense of normality.
Nintendo's refusal to include same-sex relationships in Tomodachi Life has caused a backlash that it should have seen coming.
There's a new Sherlock Holmes game on the way, and given the developer's track record it may very well look, sound, and run like bobbins. Great, says Steve Burns.
20 years ago Nintendo decided that 1994 was "The Year Of The Cartridge". Far from an internal memo, it was a publicly declared tagline. Here's some other awful marketing decisions throughout the ages.