Nearly a decade after the original, Rogue Legacy 2 is another roguelike hit. Teddy Lee from Cellar Door Games discusses the interesting journey to the sequel.
Assassin’s Creed turns 15, and Ubisoft has plenty in store to celebrate the popular franchise, including new modes, content, and updates.
According to the Mighty Kingdom developers behind Conan Chop Chop, game development is about skill, resilience, and the friends you make along the way.
How an expert video analysis made me appreciate the technical prowess of Horizon Forbidden West even more.
Studio ZA/UM writers Justin Keenan and Arho Tuulik will share how Disco Elysium’s brilliant narrative was made at LudoNarraCon 2022.
Not even the local games industry was expecting the Coalition to make an election announcement about loot boxes.
Wylde Flowers is one of the loveliest games of 2022. Hear from Studio Drydock co-founder Amanda Schofield about how this farming life sim came to life.
High Resolution, the videogame industry podcast by Byteside, is back! Get ready for a fresh look at what makes the industry tick, with new episodes soon.
Conan Chop Chop from local developer Mighty Kingdom overcomes some technical hitches to become a great multplayer action-RPG.
Pokemon Legends: Arceus is a wonderful new entry for the franchise, but something about it just doesn’t feel right.
Plenty of bonuses, including free game time, await those diving into Final Fantasy XIV’s newly launched Oceania data centre.
Razer’s Enki Pro HyperSense gaming chair supports haptic feedback from games such as F1 2021 and Forza Horizon 5 in addition to music and movies.
A count of titles receiving the most Game of the Year awards reveals a clear top three and an interesting perspective on the top ten games of 2021.
That 1TB didn’t last long, did it? Here’s how to add storage to PlayStation 5 (in 12 steps) and Xbox Series X | S (in four).
From Psychonauts 2 to Unpacking, it’s been yet another brilliant year for gaming. Here are our picks for the best video games of 2021.
Royal Blood and Lil Nas X in Roblox, Travis Scott in Fortnite – how music artists are taking over the biggest games with virtual concerts.