Xur, you are being hunted.
And what they say about the generation so far.
Is that lots of them are boring.
Shadow of Mordor becomes great, but introduces itself poorly.
As voted for by visitors to the UK's biggest and best gaming event.
The Vault in our stars.
Our resident obsessive is still playing, but gradually losing interest.
In case you lost (or couldn't be bothered to keep) track of what was going on.
And god looked back.
Always leave them wanting more, not less.
Why arguing against women appearing in games to preserve historical accuracy is silly.
Bertie, Chris and Tom B pick through everything that got us excited.
'They're not avatars' defence sends the wrong message.
A lack of 2014 titles on both sides of the console war favours Xbox.
BioShock 2 director Jordan Thomas turns the immersive sim inside out.
Open-world games are often better when they lighten up.
Microsoft makes the best of a bad situation.
What the 30 new cards will mean for Blizzard's card strategy game.
Marty O'Donnell's departure is a shock, but also a reminder that music in games is more important than ever.
Plus a few other games we really enjoyed.
By getting back to Mother Basics.
From the archive on the eve of this year's Classic FM Hall of Fame vote.
If you're feeling jaded and dismissive, like I was, then pay attention.
Looking back at the way Blizzard changed card values during the closed beta.
Mobile gaming is a joke. Don't become the next punch-line.
Steam Machines are about protecting the PC, not beating consoles.
Ian's video offers a different take on Naughty Dog's award-winner.
Two teams of idiots answer game-related questions to win next-gen prizes! Happy Christmas!
Her new album-out-of-the-blue is a cool idea that would work brilliantly for games.
Welcome to the digital future.
Reappraise the sun.
Watch Dogs' delay is a blow, but also a sign of the French publisher's growing might.
The latest patch promises balance but strips out fun in the process.
Video and analysis of the scene everyone will talk about.
I still won't buy one for now, but I reckon a lot of people will.
Tom B and Mike Channell whipcrack each other and aggro shopkeepers.
Two-part detective story where you play as Booker and Elizabeth in Rapture.
Gunpoint's developer used to be a critic, but this game was always building up inside him.
Two men one pad.
Why the new Apple controller designs don't point to a consoley future.
Anyone for a sewer level?
What Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo think about games and why it matters.
Analysing the backlash against the backlash.
That's a turnip for the books.