Tom Regan

How video games keep your favourite bands sane on the road

Slamdunk’s Bowling For Soup, Underoath, We Came As Romans and more talk about why video games are essential part of touring

‘Minecraft Legends’ is a slice of blocky brilliance

From a fun story mode to engrossing console-ready RTS warfare, this action-packed strategy sim is shaping up to be a voxel-led victory

‘Final Fantasy 16’ is a lavish RPG twist on ‘Bayonetta’ – and it’s all the better for it

With Hollywood talent and combat from the director of 'Devil May Cry', Final Fantasy feels exciting again

‘Crime Boss: Rockay City’ preview: fun but forgettable

Hollywood names fail to wow in a first look at 505’s co-op shooter

How Atari’s new CEO is pressing continue for the software company

For its 50th birthday, Atari’s new CEO sits down with NME and talks new hardware, metroidvania-infused takes on Atari classics, and why this company refuses to die

From bedrooms to BAFTAs: here’s how two mates from Manchester created a gaming classic on their second attempt

'Death's Door' didn't just take the world by storm - it also took developer Acid Nerve on a surprise run to the BAFTAs

‘Metal: Hellsinger’ turns bullets into blast beats in this riff-tastic rhythm FPS

Featuring original tracks from Lamb of God and Serj Tankian, this gore-soaked 'Guitar Hero' is one to keep an eye on

HEALTH’s John Famiglietti on ‘Max Payne 3’, working with Reznor, and their dark upcoming album

The future is looking bright for gaming’s most beloved industrial act

‘Cult Of The Lamb’ is ‘Happy Tree Friends’ meets ‘Midsommar’ – and it just might be your new favourite game

'Cult Of The Lamb' developer Massive Monster discusses balancing cutesy art with cultish horror