Hitman games are a sandbox of opportunities and murder, with players in a vast stage of death and deceit. Here’s a guide on doing just that.
The Sapienza mission isn’t just better than the Paris Showstopper event. It’s one of the best Hitman levels ever created.
30 years ago, the first Gradius game was released today. And with it, came a legendary way to cheat the system that became known as the Konami Code.
DiRT Rally is a back to basics approach with a take-no prisoners attitude that will caution you to avoid cutting but ask you to be brave when going through a corner.
The New York City in the Division may not be crawling with civilians, but it’s the smaller details that make it so amazing.
Sometimes, you need a soldier to get a dirty job done. And that’s when you call in for some support from War Machine.
It’s fun, and probably the best Rugby game available right now – but is still far from the digital representation of the sport we fans crave. Fortunately, an abundance of tournaments, couch co-op and the Be a Pro mode provide plenty of replay value.
The worlds of Man are scattered across the galaxy, threatened by savage aliens, and horrors lurking upon forgotten worlds. Prepare yourself for spaceship battles in the 41st Millenium!
Ok, look, the city is flying, we’re fighting an army of robots, and I have a bow and arrow. None of this makes sense.
Star Fox Guard is as unbearably tense, and frighteningly stressful as it is fun. It may look like a simple, throwaway digital game, but it could be better than the game its packaged with.
Star Fox Zero delivers some exhilirating moments with an impressive control scheme, but falls flat far too often to reccomend.
In the Civil War Dossiers today, we’re going with another World War Two legend and a Sokovian who may not be fast but is plenty freaky in the power department.