Fear not, Smash fans. After months of hand-wringing, the first portable outing for Super Smash Bros has arrived and is uncompromising in its control, presentation and fan service despite its smaller stature.
All the tactical fun with none of the blood, wrapped up in a colourful squiddy sheen.
Start of the holiday games season sees the heavy-hitters take the fore with Alien, Smash Bros, Mordor, Forza Horizon 2 and the latest NBA game.
When The Sims 4 was launched last month, it was criticised for a lack of content. EA and Maxis are now remedying this with a pile of free new content.
Director Swery65 returns with the video game equivalent of Twin Peaks, but it isn't for everybody.
This is pure, stupid fun mixed with big explosions and a whole lot of celebration for one of Nintendo's most beloved franchises.
Last week Japanese gaming giant Nintendo celebrated its 125th birthday. Here's a look back at the company's history and some the great toys they have made.
The newest version of the world's best football simulator is here, alongside a combat-driven take on the Zelda universe, a couple of short, stylish indie titles and the return of Wasteland.
The depth of this musical celebration means even non-Final Fantasy fans with an interest in game music or rhythm action games will find plenty to like.
Long-circulating rumours about a Microsoft buyout of Mojang — developer of the indie game juggernaut Minecraft — have proven true, with both companies confirming the $US2.5 billion deal.
As they continue with their HSC exams take a look at the year 12 students when they first ...