All posts by Jonathan Gordon

Join games™ at the BFX Secrets Of Gaming panel

Join games™ Editor Jonathan Gordon in a fascinating panel discussion with experts from triple-A and indie studios at the BFX Festival on Wednesday 4 October at the Bournemouth International Centre. ‘The Secrets of Gaming’ panel will demystify the process of game creation, from idea to release with triple-A and indie..

The new king of consoles is here in games™ 191

Another packed issue of games™ is here with our hands-on impressions and industry insider verdict on the Xbox One X leading the show. Also get the latest on Wolfenstein II, Assassin’s Creed Origins, Far Cry 5, Cuphead, A Way Out and more. Get it all in games™ 191 on sale..

The redemption of Assassin’s Creed in games™ 190

games™ is back with a packed feature section, some big reviews, some fun retro content and a brand new section to introduce. From Assassin’s Creed to Absolver and from Destiny 2 to Doomfist in Overwatch, games™ 190 is on sale now, so here’s a closer look at what you can..

100 Hottest New Games in games™ 189

Discover the most exciting and innovative games you can look forward to this year and next in our massive preview special issue. 100 games, new hardware, interviews, impressions and much more. Find it all in games™ 189, on sale now! How Anthem got us up on our feet We breakdown..

Exclusive Destiny 2 access in games™ 188

Get our hands-on impressions and insight from Bungie on the making of Destiny 2. We speak exclusively to members of the team to find out what’s driving this sequel and explain why we think this is living up to the full promise and potential of the franchise. Get it all..

5 curious facts about Mass Effect Andromeda

Here’s a few snippets of info we found out when we caught up with Mass Effect creative director Mac Walters and producer Fabrice Condominas prior to the release of Andromeda [The full feature and interview can be found in games™ 183, first on sale 26 January] Every EA studio helped as BioWare’s tech support..

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare review

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare review

[Reviewed on PS4] For years Call Of Duty has promoted an indulgence in adolescent fantasies regarding saving the world from cookie cutter evil, shooting first and asking questions later and engaging in unquestioned competition with our fellow man. It’s a dream for those seeking to enter into a simplistically comforting,..