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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds

Hundreds of games aspire to the level of success in the online gaming scene enjoyed by League of Legends, CS:GO, Hearthstone, and other similarly...

Fumito Ueda: Design by Subtraction

Benjamin Schwartz discusses the 'design by subtraction' philosophy and the creative genius of Fumito Ueda.

The Saint’s autumn 2014 video-game preview

It’s been a very, very slow summer in terms of new releases. A fitting season in what’s already been a frankly disappointing year. The...

The greatest journey

'I’ve seen the future of video games, and it is Journey - an artistic masterpiece that not only transcends the medium, but completely reinvents it.'

The diminishing divide between disability and video games

If society’s attitudes towards disability have ‘matured’ over recent years, the same can also be said for the video games community’s. Find out about the growing body of people in the industry, in government, and in the general public pushing for greater access to games.

The case for the morality of Battlefield 1

An exploration of the moral consequences of a shooter set in the First World War.

Time to co-op: the best games to play with your friends

By Graeme Acres When it comes to gamers who like multiplayer there are two kinds – those who want to shoot WITH friends and those...

‘FIFA’ by Gareth Owen

Gareth Owen pens an ode to a student obsession

For Honor review

Our Games Editor reviews one of 2017's most hotly anticipated releases.

Top ten games to buy for under £10: part two

Our second part to our two-part series on the best games you can buy for under a tenner.