Tomb Raider creators Square Enix has released the first in a series of Survival Guides for the upcoming title.
A quiet week in the chart sees Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 stay in top spot as Christmas draws closer.
DmC: Devil May Cry - Capcom's hack, slash and beat-em-up classic - will make its way on to PC near the end of January.
Need for Speed players that love putting the pedal to the metal and leaving behind a flurry of sirens at will see the game go up a gear before Christmas.
Zombie slayers will be pleased to hear that Capcom has announced an initial wave of DLC for Resident Evil 6 - although its only available on Xbox 360.
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Tales from wars are often told by those who went and returned victorious; this isn't too different from Call of Duty multiplayer mode.
Making a game that offers everything is seemingly impossible in a world where our demand for perfection is so high, but some developers have really hit the nail on the head.
Thinking about building your Ultimate Team, you'll need chemistry, fitness and a selection of world's best players.
Avalanche have teamed up with SEGA to produce a digital release.
4A Games' Metro: Last Light is due out in 2013 on PC and console.
War has never been so much f***ing hard work.
Rock on, rock off, rock on, rock off.
Time to finish the fight, um, again, because there was a little bit left over from last time.
The release of Windows 8 has changed the way the world looks at Microsoft, but what does it mean for your Xbox 360?
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is set to be the year's biggest release and is out Tuesday.