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How does George Stobbart's original adventure hold up today? Point and click here!
Dragon Age: Inquisition delves ever deeper into what it means for mages to exist.
Here are 26 reasons why 2015 looks like a good year to be a PlayStation gamer.
It's amazing that Rich didn't cry after Gav subjected him to one of the most harrowing Christmas games ever made.
Anyone remember Desert/Jungle Strike back in the 16-bit days? Project Root might jog your memory.
As yet more remasters get announced, we draw the line.
We've been inundated with requests (about 4 people) for Gremlins 2 on the NES. Rich & Gav weren't sure if it counts as a Christmas game but they played it anyway.
This week's highlights a new Minecraft, no patch for Smash Bros., new playable character in Witcher 3 & more.
Win a $60 gamestop gcard! Advanced Warfare's Exo Zombies with a celebrity lineup & Rockstar's support for Last-Gen GTA V. Plus, Halo 5 Video Series & Assassin's Creed Working on AAA game.
Can depression make a good topic for a video game? Disorder tries to answer that with a "yes."
Plus, we may see future Respawn games on Steam from day one.
It wasn't easy, but we pulled off an awesome ground pound kill in the Halo 5 beta.
Nintendo producer Shigeru Miyamoto says discontinued Amiibo functionality may still be made available, in the form of cards.
We grab a sniper rifle and go to town on the enemy team on Empire.
Alfredo and Sean show you where Xur is located this week and break down what he has to offer.
Microsoft is having daily deals on Xbox games from now through the end of the year. We discuss some of our current favorites.
What would you want to see from Nintendo's next console?
As the Halo 5 beta kicks off, we blast our way through one round on the Midship remake.
So far it's a space game that's very much about going from point A to point B, but it gets you there in style.
Shigeru Miyamoto hints at plans to keep functionality alive, even if the figures don't come back.