Popular off-road racer DiRT 4 has finally been confirmed.
Nintendo’s new Switch console, which alternates between a home and mobile gaming system, will go on sale in the UK on March 3, the gaming giant has said.
Last year will be remembered for a lot of ups and downs, but the quality of games released was consistently excellent.
Amid all the exciting new gaming and console releases at this time of year, a piece of gaming nostalgia deserves your attention too.
Open-world video games tend to live and die by their setting and the area in which you explore – and Ubisoft appears to be taking no chances when it comes to Watch Dogs 2.
Nintendo will give the world a first look at its new console later when a “preview trailer” is posted to announce its much-rumoured NX console.
The team behind GTA V have confirmed plans to release a sequel to popular open-world western Red Dead Redemption.
Bad luck if video games were your escape from Brexit – it will feature in the new Football Manager.
The North-east's biggest gaming convention is set to return to Aberdeen next year.
This weekend saw Aberdeen's first proper Games Con, 4TG, held at the AECC.
With so many press conferences at E3, it can be hard sometimes not to compare them to one another, and the various line-ups they unveil.
While the biggest news at Microsoft’s E3 press event understandably revolved around the new Xbox One S, there were plenty of games to marvel at too – many of which gamers will probably be playing on the new console.
It can be a bit of a nuisance when someone you really want to beat on Fifa is stupid enough to own an Xbox/PlayStation (delete as appropriate), but that may not be an issue for much longer.
Fallout 4 has already dazzled many of us with the scale and diversity the game offers.