Gaming Features

‘eFootball 2022’ preview: a new name, but the same issues remain

After playing for two hours, there's some good and some bad in this year's "not-PES".

‘Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy’ preview: a smart, satisfying space adventure with bags of personality

Brilliantly frustrating and after two hours, it feels like we've only just scratched the surface

Ten years on, ‘Dark Souls’ is still corralling us through its hostile world

A decade of wrestling against FromSoftware's landmark action RPG

‘Diablo 2: Resurrected’ interview: accessibility to the front

“You really need to look at what is important. Is fighting with the camera an important part of the game? No.”

20 years later, ‘Ico’ remains a minimalist masterclass in cinematic and emotional storytelling

The quintessential gaming two-hander from Sony’s Japan Studio about holding hands

Indie developers are doing their best: An Interview with Lantern Studio and Puppet Combo

An insight into independent games development, and why you, as consumers, are not being exploited by them

How ‘Lost Judgment’ became the first global launch for the ‘Yakuza’ franchise

Localisation producer Scott Strichart talks about the journey of making a Japanese niche become a global hit and the challenges involved

‘Skatebird’ brings the modern world to a genre steeped in nostalgia

Lifting skate culture from the mires of nostalgia
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