James Dominguez Every now and then a character in a video game makes it clear that they know that their world is just someone else's entertainment. What are your favourite moments?
Screen Play reader Andrew Yoshimura We're having a double-dose of user-submitted articles today, starting with the latest in Andrew Yoshimura's series profiling the major players in video game history.
James Dominguez Every now and then, we stumble across an obscure game that nobody else seemed to have discovered. Which hidden gem is your favourite?
James Dominguez Screen Play recently had the opportunity to talk to game designer Ricky Cambier about the thought processes behind the hit game The Last of Us.
Screenplay reader Jeremy Coote Jeremy ‘BlindSquirrel’ Coote presents us with the conundrum of games that play themselves
James Dominguez The Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita have both taken time to build up momentum. However, both systems have some great games that make them worth owning.
James Dominguez Welcome to 2013 on Screen Play Blog! Let's kick off the year by looking at some of the news we missed while we were away.
Japanese electronics giant Sony said it has stopped producing its PlayStation 2 consoles in Japan, fuelling online rumours a PlayStation 4 is in the pipeline.
Screen Play reader Corey Lee With the Wii U launching here next week, reader Corey Lee questions whether the start of a new generation is premature.
James Dominguez Roberto Marchesi, Art Director on Hitman Absolution, talked to Screen Play about how the highly anticipated sequel took shape.
James Dominguez Last year, Overstrike was revealed as a fun action title with distinctive visual style; now it looks like every other shooter on the market.
Jason Hill Konami's Pro Evolution is back as a genuine contender for the soccer simulation championship thanks to a radical improvement in the feel of the game.
Screen Play reader Nathan Sereda A great hero needs a great villain to fight against, and reader Nathaniel Sereda is hoping that the next Metal Gear Solid will deliver.
Screen Play reader Stephen Foote Reader Stephen Foote discusses how trying unfamiliar genres can open our minds up to new gaming possibilities.
James Dominguez Earlier in the week readers were invited to submit their video game driving stories to win a copy of F1 2012. Here are some of the best entries.
James Dominguez Friday, jigsaw, screenshot, you know the drill.
Jason Hill Whether you are a Rock Band veteran with a huge collection of songs or a newcomer to the music game genre, Blitz is good fun and good value.
Screen Play reader Corey Lee Japanese RPGs are becoming a rarity on today's video game consoles, and reader Corey Lee is not happy about it.
Screen Play reader Tom Rees Tom Rees says the beauty of Hitman: Blood Money is that it offers genuine choice, unlike many other popular games...
Jason Hill Attempting to shoehorn epic games designed for the big screen onto a handheld is widely believed to be a bad idea.