Bugbear's Early Access crash-and-smash driving game has had a few updates since we last saw it. Pete dives back in for another look.
Pete's last installment of our regular Japanese games column takes a summative look at the reasons he habitually looks East for his interactive entertainment these days.
Final Fantasy XIV's third major content patch is coming early next month. Pete takes a peek at what Eorzea's adventurers can expect.
2010's Atelier Rorona gets an overhaul with an all-new Plus version. Cheap cash-in or an opportunity to fix the issues of the original? Pete takes an in-depth look.
Do you start lots of games and never finish them? Or do you see everything they have to offer before you move on? Guess which camp narrative junkie Pete falls into.
Murdered: Soul Suspect shows how you can make an intriguing, enjoyable game without arming your protagonist to the teeth.
The gang of console personifications aims to dominate Gamindustri in a whole new way.
Long after many RPG fans gave it up for dead, it seems that Final Fantasy Type-0 is finally coming West -- in considerably enhanced form.
On the eve of E3 2014, the first in which we're well and truly "next-gen," Pete looks back on an underappreciated gem from Gen7 and ponders whether we'll ever see its like again.
Final Fantasy XIV's latest patch introduces the Sightseeing Log, an interesting means of celebrating the game's worldbuilding.
Edelweiss' latest title for PC is an impressively cinematic shoot 'em up that offers a considerable amount of depth beneath the eye candy.
The latest in the Hyperdimension Neptunia series sees the goddesses trading their swords for microphones. Does it really produce perfection?
Hungry to stomp about in a big robot and blow stuff up? This enhanced PSP port has got you covered if Titanfall didn't quite fit the bill.
For a while, it looked like online gaming had completely killed off the joy of having people over for a friendly game or two. But, it seems, couch gaming is back in a big way.
Is the perception that video games -- particularly those of Japanese origin -- have "bad writing" a particularly helpful or fair criticism? Pete ponders the matter, and manages to get a mention of Squid Girl in there in the process.
Daisuke Amaya's newest retro-themed game is a very different beast to its predecessor. But is it any good?
The promising-looking sort-of-prequel to EverQuest Next is going deeper underground.
Independent developers' love of the roguelike genre continues with a new psychedelic shooter for PC.
The free-to-play Diablolike's first "charity race event" has so far raised an impressive amount, with more to come.
Eurogamer's Martin Robinson is on the road again.
The company is seeking to get the Wii and Wii U removed from sale.
How Valve's PC gaming platform is developing something of a curation problem.
Enter "Bombshell," an original IP that absolutely isn't a reskin of the teams' planned Duke Nukem action RPG.
Omega Force and Koei's tactical action hack-and-slash series Dynasty Warriors has hit Steam in the form of Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends Complete Edition. Pete, a lapsed Dynasty Warriors addict from the PS2 era, checks it out.
Speaking to investors, Satoru Iwata explains Nintendo's vision for the near future.
Like any good MMO, Wildstar will feature raids. How will they differ from those seen in rival titles?
One of the most interesting titles from last year's 7 Day FPS game jam is being developed into a full game.
Eurogamer's Tom Bramwell explores how Microsoft is making the best of a bad situation and expects us to smile.
Witch Beam's promising twin-stick shooter missed its originally anticipated release date, but it's coming together nicely. We take a look at the latest build and attempt to get to grips with Aubergine.
Only confirmed for Japan so far, The Band of Thieves & 1000 Pokémon encourages you to take your 3DS out and about.