Matt and Dave hop into the latest DLC for Black Ops II. Has the sheen started to slide?
Chris and Dave check out Spartacus Legends; a free-to-play, pay-to-win, fighting game available on the Xbox Live Arcade.
Chris and Dave didn't have high hopes for Remember Me after reading our review, but let's see what they think.
Chris and Dave try to look past the super ugly visuals and buggy gameplay to see if there's something special about State of Decay.
Chris and Dave return to the Grid series after a 5 year wait. It soon becomes evident that Chris hasn't spent those years practicing...
Matt and Chris return to Borderlands 2 for some spoof Dungeons & Dragons DLC. Tune in - this might be the best one yet.
Last Light has had a tricky ol' time in development; with a change in name, a number of delays, and of course, a new publisher! Does it still manage to recreate the atmosphere of Metro 2033? Join Matt Lees as he finds out!
Chris and Steve go back to the future past, to blow stuff up and laugh at bad one-liners, in Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon.
Matt and Chris team up for the ultimate bank robbery! One struggles to stay out of sight, whilst the other reveals an inner darkness...
Matt and Dave bludgeon their way through the opening section of Dead Island: ***tide. Heads will roll.
Chris and Simon suit up in their tightest spandex and continually throw each other into a variety of objects, with Injustice: Gods Among Us. Stick around until the end to see Aquaman get what's coming to him...
Matt checks out the four new maps in the latest chunk of Black Ops II DLC. Expect dinosaurs, aliens, and a cheeky volcano.
Matt and Chris dip back into Dunwall to meet useless assassins and Bertie the whale. Matt decides that he's a 'Whale Technician'. Oh no.
Chris and Dave get an early peek at the HD reworking of Resident Evil: Revelations, as it transitions from the 3DS to consoles and the PC.
Matt and Chris try to work together in this new co-op platformer from The Behemoth, the guys behind Castle Crashers.