The wishful answer might be ‘no’ but with bigger mainstream budgets potentially pushing up prices, will gamers have to become more selective in what they buy? Or would you perhaps be more likely to turn to the cheaper indie market or a subscription service?
Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth (Xbox Series X) Review
by Mohammad Hamid
The ever-popular Yakuza franchise continues to shine, and this stylish and suitably OTT sequel might just be its best adventure yet.
There are other threads for some of the best and worst titles of the year, but how about your own personal gaming highlights? Or perhaps the big names/tech that you felt didn’t deliver? Share your thoughts on what’s hot and what’s not right here.
A competitive but mostly just fun thread has been gaining plenty of traction over the past month or so, with forum members pushing for their fastest laps in the latest time trial events, and sharing some useful tips for shaving off a second or two.
BAFTA announces a ‘Best Games of 2023’ longlist of award contenders
by Ian Collen
In a first for the Academy, it has revealed the 60 titles that have made the cut for its next round of voting ahead of the 2024 BAFTA Games Awards. So, if you’re looking for something good to play over Christmas…
Rockstar Games drops first official GTA VI trailer
by Ian Collen
After yet more leaks forced an early release, our first ‘official’ look at the new Grand Theft Auto is a 90-second teaser that will likely pose more questions than it answers ahead of the game's 2025 launch.