Among Us’ biggest update is here now with the Airship map, new moderation tools, plus news of future content including a visual revamp.
With Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen – plus Aussie Joel Edgerton – returning, the Obi-Wan Kenobi series should be a lot of fun.
Royal Blood and Lil Nas X in Roblox, Travis Scott in Fortnite – how music artists are taking over the biggest games with virtual concerts.
Do battle with fellow Planeswalkers wherever you are thanks to MTG Arena’s mobile release – no cards needed.
Rocket League Sideswipe will be on iOS and Android in 2021. Aussie/NZ-based Android users can play a limited-time alpha version now.
Only requiring one person to own a game, Steam Remote Play’s full release lets you invite friends to play local multiplayer games online.
Black Widow and Cruella will hit cinemas and Disney+ Premier Access simultaneously, while animated film Luca will get the Soul treatment.
Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town streamlines some of the farming genre’s clunky aspects, while retaining a warm and familiar heart.
There’s a new AR Pikmin mobile game from Pokémon Go developer Niantic coming later this year to hopefully find Pikmin in your garden.
86,174 at the MCG one week, a pandemic the next. Amazon Prime doco The Record celebrates women’s sport while showing how much has changed.
Gucci’s digital-only, Roblox & VRChat-compatible Virtual 25 sneakers seem ridiculous at first glance. Is the reality as crazy as its concept?
Tiger Woods’ long-term deal to join the PGA Tour 2K games is massive for golf, videogames, and fans of both. Let’s examine why.
Google’s new Play Store 15% revenue is more flexible than Apple’s similar approach. Does it really solve the mobile marketplace, though?
Undertale, the massively popular indie RPG from Toby Fox, is finally coming to Xbox consoles. Better yet, it’ll be on Game Pass, too.
Bluetooth dice made by a former triple-A game developer promise to make your online D&D and tabletop games even easier – and stylish.
Thought Tenet was tricky to understand in cinemas? Try watching Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi epic on a Game Boy Advance, courtesy of a YouTuber.