Legend of Zelda producer wants to maintain Breath of the Wild's 'incredible freedom' in future games
The Legend of Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma has expressed his desire to maintain the level of freedom afforded to players in Breath of the Wild.
In a legendary year for video game releases, these were the ten games we couldn't stop playing, or couldn't stop thinking about.
Digital-only bundle takes the best RPG of the year (fight me) and adds expensive bells and whistles that you absolutely don't need.
As 2016 draws to its end, the IBTimes UK gaming team looks back at their favourite games from a fantastic 12 months for the industry.
Reigns and Chameleon Run finished second as Apple rounds up the year's App Store hits.
The best games we've played this year, ahead of another busy six months.
New game won't continue the story told in Barlow's classic original.
Game of the year 2015: IBTimes UK's top 10 featuring Life Is Strange, Star Wars, The Witcher 3 and more
Our 10 favourite games of 2015. But what missed the cut?
Life Is Strange interview: Co-directors talk success, their favourite scenes, fan-feedback and season two
The game's co-directors Michel Koch and Raoul Barbet speak to IBTimes UK.
A run down of some of this year's best video game soundtracks.
If MGS5 is Kojima's last in the series, then it's 'a departing love letter to his own celebrity'.
Twitch stream, other live streams and predictions for the main awards.
A look at our favourite video games of the first half of 2015.
The 2015 D.I.C.E Awards have been announced ahead of the summit next month.
Apple have announced their "game of the year" winners and they are bang on if we do say so ourselves
Surprise entrants make our list of the best videos games of 2014 that just might restore your gaming faith
New version of game of the year contender coming to next-gen consoles in Spring.
With a remastered version of the game topping the charts, we ask why the adventures of Ellie and Joel are so highly regarded by gaming fans
The Fullbright Company co-founder Steve Gaynor on making Gone Home, accusations that it isn't really a game and the future of videogame storytelling.