GameCentral completes its review of Bethesda’s new sci-fi epic and explores why Starfield fails to live up to its full potential.
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Published by the makers of Detroit: Become Human, but thankfully not written by them, this is one of the best story-based games of the year.
A reader explores the psychology of gamer fandom and how the arguing over Starfield is already starting to seem strangely familiar.
A reader tries out Starfield on Game Pass and is disappointed by its repetition and lack of advancement over Skyrim and Fallout 4.
The PS5 edition of Baldur’s Gate 3 has taken just a month to arrive but does it really work as well as the acclaimed PC version?
One of Cyberpunk 2077’s developers doesn’t seem happy with someone using his game to dunk on Starfield.
A reader laments the closure of Saints Row developer Volition and the loss of one of the few games that could rival GTA.
After not giving away the August line-up, a regular PS Plus leaker has shared at least one game included with September’s free games.
A reader is impressed by many things in Baldur’s Gate 3 but especially its adult approach to romance, sex, and nudity.
A reader names his favourite first levels from the 8- and 16-bit eras, including such classics as R-Type, Operation Wolf, and Final Fight.
The sequel to one of the best 2D Soulslikes of recent years is a major improvement on the original and a game FromSoftware would be proud of.
Call Of Duty veterans swap bullets for spells in this fantasy first person shooter, that aims to be EA’s next big action blockbuster.
Sega Dreamcast classic Jet Set Radio gets a spiritual sequel, with the same stylish 90s graphics and another killer soundtrack.
A reader insists that Baldur’s Gate 3’s quality has been exaggerated and, like previous Larian games, it fails to stick the landing.
The Wednesday letters page is frustrated at the lack of DC Comics games in recent years, as one reader hopes for Silent Hill 2 at Gamescom.
The sequel to id Software’s classic shooter returns, with developer Nightdive creating one of the best remasters gaming has ever seen.
The Monday letters page highlights the practical problems of video game streaming, as one reader considers buying a PSVR2.
A reader reveals how he’s just bought a PS5 and four of its exclusives and finds himself unashamedly pleased with his purchase.
A reader concludes their visual journey through Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom, this time focusing on the landscapes and locations of Hyrule.
The Tuesday letters page worries that buying an Xbox Series S was a mistake, as one reader offers a free copy of Forgotton Anne.
A pair of new Tekken 8 characters appears to have corroborated but one, not two, but three different leaks that give away the full roster.
The Monday letters page thinks Xbox and PlayStation business decisions are driven by pride, as one reader recommends a racing Humble Bundle.
A reader suggests that Sony look to Nintendo and Steam Deck when it comes to inspiration for the PS6 and to combat the rise of game streaming.
A reader explains why he’s stopped playing Diabo 4 and why he finds the structure, and its demands on your time, so frustrating.
A reader finally discovers the joys of Midnights Suns and blames poor marketing for putting people off its card-based gameplay.