From the arcades, to a host of home consoles, Rare have made a huge impression on the industry and the hearts of gamers over the years, and Rare Replay compiles some of their best work.
Sega's latest digital release, Tembo the Badass Elephant, lets players control one serious pachyderm, with particular set of skills, to help save the world from a mysterious military force.
In Onechanbara Z2: Chaos, two sets of sisters (who don't particularly like each other), come together against a common enemy, and hack and slash their way to bloody victory as they lay waste to the hordes of the dead.
Godzilla brings together everything that is great about the film star, and give players the opportunity to reign down epic destruction at the hands of this hulking monster and his frienemies.
Spike once again packs up the light saber and heads off to Comic-Con International: San Diego, covering the best of comics, movies and pop culture.
It's been an action packed year in the Comic Con world. Which moment was the most memorable? It's up to you to decide the biggest game changing moments of the year!
Nintendo's latest Wii U release, Splatoon is a team-based, third-person shooter that ventures into a host of new territories for beloved developer.
Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition hopes to transcend platforms, and bring the wildly successful tile-matching game to the 3DS, with a little extra help from Mario.
Wolfenstein: The Old Blood gives players a taste of the world of Wolfenstein, while introducing a new story that helps build out the overall adventure that is The New Order.
Mortal Kombat X follows up the 2011 reboot of the franchise by introducing a handful of updates that make it feel like one of the most robust MK games ever released.