Tam gets a transfer tae the Met, then takes up thieving. In Thief. A game about thievery.
New man Jim cuts his teeth on the supposed-to-be-weekly Reviewsical, following the announcement of Batman: Arkham Knight.
Divinity: Original Sin is Larian Studio's attempt to reinvent the old-school turn based RPG. This ambitious Kickstarter funded project has been available on Steam early-access since January, so Jim decided to see how it was coming along.
Professionalism goes down the drain.
It's been in the celestial oven for a while now, and it's not done yet. But is it worth your time already? Jim dipped his finger into Starbound's space exploration cake mix to find out.
Chris talks over the upcoming changes to the Tropico series and how being a fictional dictator might be different the 5th time around.
Sorry if you don't like Doctor Who! We got a little carried away...
Listen to this week's podcast if you want to enter our next competition!
Matt and Chris discover the true reason for Matt's departure from VideoGamer. Looking back, it was pretty damn obvious.
Go behind the scenes and learn more about the new world in our developer diary with Producer Dave Cox and Mercurysteam Producer Enric Alvarez.
Every Friday, Chris shows Simon a video game that he can play for free over his weekend. Simon usually hates these games because he's a terrible person, but maybe you won't!
Who shall be named Prime Nidhogger?
Chris and Matt journey through the land of The Banner Saga, a gorgeous, story-driven strategy game from Stoic.
Chris and Simon check out some of the best game ideas to have come out of December's Ludum Dare event. Check out the full list of games here: http://bit.ly/1gBO0wl
Some of our favourite things from last month's competition.