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.
Derrik J. Lang Final Fantasy XV will finally see the light of day, game developer Square Enix reveals at E3.
james dominguez The E3 mega-circus is over again for another year. Here is what DexX saw on the final day.
James Dominguez The past twelve months have been pretty bad for publishing giant Electronic Arts, so they needed something special from their E3 presentation this year.
James Dominguez The notorious landfill where Atari buried millions of unwanted game cartridges is set to be dug up, game technology is helping people with schizophrenia, and more in today's news round-up.
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 File under "boring but important", several huge companies are having problems. Otherwise we have Witcher 2 mod tools, more GTA V map details, and the return of that XCOM shooter.
James Dominguez We may have just enjoyed a four day weekend, but video gaming news has kept on rolling along. Here are some of the more interesting stories of the past week.
Reviewed by Calum Wilson Austin Lara Croft is fleshed-out, in a narrative way, in this compelling reboot.
James Dominguez At its heart, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is a conventional Japanese RPG, but its beautiful presentation lifts it up to a new level.
Social game maker is chasing more profitable ventures.
James Dominguez Get into your cocktail dresses and tuxedos, readers, because after a week of voting, it is finally time to reveal the games you've chosen as the year's best.
James Dominguez A wealth of role-playing games has arrived on our consoles, handhelds, and PCs this year. Which was your favourite?
James Dominguez While most small indies tackle modest projects, some aim higher, and Sydney's Epiphany Games is aiming very high indeed.
James Dominguez Many Screen Play readers like to get stuck into the epic massively-multiplayer gaming experience, but which new arrival in 2012 was the best?
James Dominguez Video games of dark fantasy property Warhammer will now be made by Creative Assembly.
Larissa Nicholson Video games can be just as addictive as alcohol or gambling, a new Australian study claims.
Mark Morrison One of the world's biggest games festivals will have its first offshoot outside the United States in Melbourne next year.
James Dominguez The history of virtual diseases on multiplayer games is a short but fascinating one, and now a Borderlands 2 glitch has added another chapter.
Jason Hill Despite being assembled by a Japanese dream team, the original Little King's Story on Wii struggled to get attention. Now it's been re-made for Vita.