Review: the Xbox One X – should this be on your list to Santa?

There's a new version of the Xbox out and its makers reckon it's the most powerful home console out there, complete with 4K output and very high FPS. José Barbosa gives the One X a hoon.

On The ‘Reg: let’s play WWE 2K18

Heart pounding in-ring action as two work colleagues go head to head in a match for the ages.

The SNES Mini and the power of gaming nostalgia

Duncan Greive plays the SNES Mini and recalls a time in his life when it was the one thing he wanted to be happy.

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Here’s a real-life Wall-E who has come to replace our pets

Calum Henderson reviews this year’s pretender to the Hatchimals throne, a cool-but-rude robot called Cozmo.

A gallery of impressive cosplay from Armageddon

Some of the best cosplay on show at this year's Armageddon Expo.

Inverness Nights is the queer fantasy break-up sim you need in your life

Matthew Codd interviews the creator of a queer 'break-up simulator.'

The new South park game is a depraved ride, but it is funny

The new South Park game: played and reviewed for your pleasure.

Huge: there’s a Stranger Things mobile game, and it’s both free and good

Don Rowe dips his toes back in the murky waters of the Upside Down with the Stranger Things mobile game. 

On The ‘Reg highlights – Middle Earth: Shadow of War

Two men play the new Lord of the Rings game and there is much shanking of orcs.

Top of the Pile #11: When It Hits The Fan

Another day and another zombie run and gun shooter blood bath.

Everything wrong with NBA 2K18’s MyCareer mode and one possible solution

Craig Cliff finds the narrative elements within the latest installment of the popular 2K franchise don't work, unless you resort to a radical reading of DJ's story.

HAMLET: The Video Game is bizarre and beautiful

Eugenia Woo reviews HAMLET: The Video Game, a brave attempt to bring together the disparate worlds of gaming and theatre. 

Total War: Warhammer 2 – great game, shit name

Don Rowe dives back into the borderline-narcotic world of Total War: Warhammer, reviewing the second of three games in the series. 

A chat with the director who’s making Hamlet as an on-stage video game. Mind blown.

It's Hamlet but with more frags and camping. Eugenia Woo talks to the director of the latest attempt to get kids into theatre.