Even after playing consistently for five years across two platforms, Jaz still returns to World of Tanks time and time again.
My shadow tags on behind.
Over the past few years, iOS has become an increasingly important part of the gaming landscape - as this list of brilliant games attests.
If you want to know exactly which vehicles are in Forza 6, look no further than this fully comprehensive list.
M2 and Sega recreate Treasure's chaotic action masterpiece as a handheld essential.
I already defeated you. Can't you just stay down?
The infamous tomb returns in an iOS puzzle game that plays as good as it looks.
As all good creators should, Jeremy ends a week of Super Mario Maker by resting and reappraising his work so far. But did he see that it was good...?
Larian Studios builds on the original Divinity: Original Sin with diverging stories.
New to the series? Intimidated by the unrelenting meanness of these ancient games? Don't be!
Project Bluestreak gets a real name and an announce trailer. Crazy low-gravity scifi shooters are here to stay.
YouTube Gaming takes aim at Twitch, but more is needed before it can take the crown.
Snake's wonderful pet is yet another example of Metal Gear Solid V's commendable attention to detail.
Whether you're an adventure game veteran or a newcomer to the genre, iOS has a big supply of the good stuff.
Kojima's final turn with the series is also his most ambitious, but how well does it come together?
Kat is two wins away from getting the max winning streak. Can she make it?
Another strong entry puts Madden closer than ever to being counted among the best sports sims available.
Jeremy takes on the greatest challenge Super Mario Maker has to offer: Creating a level suitable to be a game's World 1-1.
Finally, six NES classics get the treatment they deserve. But is less truly more?
Every year, the world's best speedrunners gather to play games in ways you've never seen before. It's not just a great time—it's also for a great cause.
With Beta finished, Jaz sounds off with some final thoughts about the game's positives and negatives.
The Shaman is making waves on launch day.
Take a break from thoughtful original levels for this hateful remake of one of the hardest stages ever to appear on NES.
One of the Dreamcast's best (and only) RPGs is back.
Kat finds herself weighing an enjoyable story against an overwhelming microtransaction obsessed community.
Supermassive Games hands you control over the lives of scared twentysomethings.
This week, we honor one of the more unsung SNES soundtracks.
Gears of War returns, and it feels as minty fresh as ever.
Having wrapped up Birthright, Kat and special guest Elliot Gay take a deeper look at Nintendo's upcoming strategy RPG.
Think of summer. Now think of games. Close your eyes. What do you see?