How a global megacorp aims to change gaming forever.
As streaming takes centre stage, we talk to Microsoft about its own offering.
Three men in a jacket.
Developer Lionel Gallat talks us through an uncommonly smart children's fable.
DF Retro presents a masterclass from Hollywood veteran, Bill Kroyer.
The man behind Dragon's Dogma, Darkstalkers, Rival Schools and so much more looks back on his career.
"I have that paranoia now."
Also there are dinosaurs with laser guns.
City 17 to city infinity.
Tomorrow's technology today.
"We knew, because of the boots, we were in a Western."
"We've had one hand tied behind our back; now, no longer."
Aardman's creative director discusses the game's influences - including impressionism, Brexit and cats.
"I've heard on the internet 'she's going off the rails', but is she?"
"We have our next six heroes planned out right now."
"I'd be really sad to think that for fans, Pokémon is just hatching eggs."
And why it was important to announce Starfield and TES6 early.
As its third expansion, Forsaken Shores, arrives.
"Every game you buy which includes DRM is, in a way, inferior."
Plus Dragon's Dogma 2 and Rival Schools 3, of course.
EA Sports on career mode neglect, The Journey and Jesse Lingard's hair.