We are just a few weeks away from being able to binge-watch the second season of Stranger Things, but in the meantime Netflix is hoping to keep fans busy with its snazzy, retro-styled mobile game.
So, this might just be the most exciting game scheduled for release in 2018. It’s definitely the funniest.
Wrestling is a huge business filled with stars with massive crossover appeal – all the way from the likes of The Rock to the WWE Hall of Famer currently sitting in the White House.
Gamers and football fans across the world stocked up on supplies this week as they settled in for some time out of the sunlight – with the release of Fifa 18.
The Commodore 64 is making a return as the fully licensed C64 Mini thanks to Retro Games.
Fifa 18 is officially on sale and the excitement among fans is as real as it usually is.
As much as a game of Call Of Duty or Fifa is enhanced by playing someone on the other side of the world, gaming online isn’t without its risks.
Gaming fans burst with excitement earlier this week when it was revealed the Nintendo Switch has the 1984 NES Golf game hidden within its firmware.
The development company behind the Final Fantasy series has released the first teaser to a brand new game that’s caused a lot of excitement.
I had just 12 minutes to get my car ready and set a blisteringly fast time to secure pole position.
A sound-based computer game in which users shoot at invisible aliens and spaceships based on noises alone has been launched.
The football season is well and truly under way, meaning that by now Fifa 17 feels just a little bit dated.
The hugely popular miniature version of the classic Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) is due to return next summer.
This year’s Call of Duty will include a dedicated multiplayer social space for the first time, known as Headquarters.
At a time when the gaming world is becoming increasingly preoccupied with 4K gaming, HDR and how many teraflops the new Xbox will have, Nintendo is offering a hand of nostalgia to the jaded.
Gamers are looking forward to the Granite City having its first gaming centre.
Aberdeen gamers have been given a chance to name the best game of this year.
McLaren’s Formula 1 team is offering what it’s calling the “best job in esports” – a one-year contract for a racing game enthusiast to join the team as a simulator driver.
We now have our very first official teaser for Destiny 2.
This week, Halo Wars 2 lands on Xbox One, Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch stomps onto PS4 and XB1 Industry Giant II whirs into motion on Xbox One.
The team behind the reboot of Tomb Raider and Deus Ex have been revealed as working on a new game in the Avengers universe.
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.