As we gear up toward the second half of the year, it means we're getting closer to having some of the bigger questions answered. Most namely - what's going on with this year's inevitable Call of Duty.
NieR: Automata has plenty of side-quests to keep you entertained during its somewhat fast-paced Main Missions. Ranging from simple fetch n' carry quests to escorts and bizarre brawls with a robotic monk who asks for payment each time you whoop him sideways, one of more troublesome ones has got to be 'YoRHa Betrayers' - so we're going to shed some light on that one.
It's probably something we should have included on our Top 10 Underappreciated Action games but, for whatever reason, didn't. Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition is due to release in just two weeks, but it's launch trailer has popped up early.
Now too many years in the making to actually keep track of, Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom finally has a release date. It's April 18.
It doesn't even feel like a week ago that we spoke of Quake Champions in more capacity than we have since its reveal at E3 last year - but there's already more to share. Welcome to the arenas.
With a year of Overwatch behind us already, it's no surprise we're already in the Patch 2.x series. While they're not all too frequent for the most part, with 24 heroes on the roster, it can be difficult to keep up with every slight change gracing Blizzard's multiplayer shooter.
You've been hearing about it for weeks, but it's finally time to get head back to Italy. It's 1944 and there's some more atomic weapon tomfoolery afoot. And guess who's been drafted in to shut it down!
NCSOFT are still hard at work trying to retain their stance on MMOs. Being the folks behind the ever-popular Guild Wars franchise and having launched Blade and Soul last year, they're gearing up to support yet another new title alongside their current offerings.