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.
Two New York school girls have created a video game that features tampons instead of weapons.
This week, the developer that created Halo releases its first game in five years. But what is this epic, social, online shooter all about?
Juggernaut online shooter Destiny is joined by a new version of Minecraft, the brilliant Velocity 2X and a pair of bizarre roleplaying games out of Japan.
Pairing a solid space shoot 'em up with some super-fast-paced action-platforming - and layers of rhythm and puzzle-solving throughout - Velocity 2X is like two great game designs in one.
A colourful arts-and-craft experience that harks back to the days of Banjo Kazooie and Jak and Daxter, The Last Tinker: City of Colors shines despite some issues.