Studio Wildcard have seemingly tagged themselves as the ‘team that never sleeps’ and today they’ve delivered the goods with their most recent update…one in which they’ve no doubt sweated blood and tears for.

If you frequented a sweaty video game arcade back in the mid 1980’s, chances are you would have stumbled upon Q*Bert, no doubt slotting 10p into his machine for the chance to experience cutting edge isometric technology. The orange guy was a bit of a star in the arcades of yesteryear and aside from a few half arsed attempts to bring the blob on legs crashing into modern times, quietly disappeared from all major video gaming circles.

The board is made of square rooms that can be either seen as floating rooms above an abyss or as simple squares over a tavern table, and the player’s task will either be to kill other players or reach the exit in order to win the game.

Available to download right now, In Space We Brawl contains a solo experience or the chance to battle it out with up to four players. A fast paced twin stick shooter, the usual price of £6.99 is currently discounted to those with an Xbox Live Gold Subscription.

Available right now for £19.99, D/Generation HD can be downloaded from the Xbox One Games Store. Taking on the role of Derrida, you’ll need to fight your way through ten floors filled with turrets, electrified panels, laser fences and more as you battle your way to safety.

After initially releasing a good few weeks back, Gone Home can now be picked up as a digital download in the UK. £15.99 will set you on the path to getting involved with an award winning game that brings about one of the best stories ever told.

Available for download right now, everyone’s favourite big-nosed pyramid jumping orange friend has made it to Xbox One. Q*Bert Rebooted will set you back a nice and easy £7.99, but for that cash, you’ll get access to Q&Bert Classic and Q*Bert Rebooted.

"Before the actual review gets going, there are a few things I need to mention as a preface. First of all, this game came out on PC a while back, and while I was intending to pick it up, I never actually did so, so I have no idea about any possible changes between the PC and PS4 version, if any. Secondly, I suck at the game. Like, really badly. That being said, I absolutely loved it."

One of the lead developers behind Star Wars Republic Commando sat down with Cinelinx and revealed the sequel plans for the original game, and answers one of Star Wars gamers' most prominent question.

The brand new episode of Cinelinx's Fathergamer podcast is discussing their recent playthrough of Rainbow Six: Siege, some deep diving in indie games, and some special Valentine's celebrations.

Imagine that the real world is just like a bad B-movie: aliens really are attacking the Earth, and spaceships are dropping off gigantic ants larger than a semi truck, each of which seeks to destroy civilization as we know it for their own nefarious ends. Now, imagine that you are a part of the Earth Defense Force: an elite force tasked with saving humanity from the alien invasion in the only method that matters: blowing up those bugs (and robots and spaceships and...) with extreme force. Th...

"Some games are ingrained in our memories due in large part to their music. Final Fantasy, The Legend of Zelda, Super Mario Bros. and more. They are important of course, but every now and then a game tune can be so catchy and memorable - despite the game itself not being elevated to a kind of legendary status in our minds. This list has a few of those types of titles this time around."

Rise of the Tomb Raider is a decidedly-more next-gen game (mainly when it comes to its visuals), even down to the timed exclusivity period on Xbox One. As expected, though, said exclusivity period has passed, and Rise of the Tomb Raider has stepped out from Microsoft’s shadow, finding a new home on PC, with a PlayStation 4 release coming later this year.

Rise of the Tomb Raider was one of the best games of last year. I loved it and played it constantly over the Xmas period. You can read our review on the site and we loved it too – so much so that we gave it top marks. It’s dynamic, beautiful and exciting, creating another fantastical story in the new Lara Croft timeline.

On a whole, Arslan may not bring to the table in mechanics as say Dragon Quest Heroes or Hyrule Warriors, it more than makes up for it with an amazing blend of storytelling and gameplay. It was extremely refreshing to simply flow from one field of battle to the next without ever having to select ready or go through a vast amount of inventory and skill options. I for one would be more than happy for Omega Force to re-visit this formula in the future or possibly create a blend of it with someth...

Obviously you won’t be able to play the game until it is released on the 5th April, but at least you’ll be safe in the knowledge that you’ll be one of the first in the world to play it. £44.99 should see you right.

Remedy Entertainment are celebrating twenty years of making games on PC this year, initiated by the release of Death Rally back in 1996. As a way of celebrating, they have announced that their upcoming video game-television hybrid, Quantum Break, will be released on Windows 10 on April 5th, alongside the Xbox One version of the game. Adding to this announcement, Remedy have revealed that those who pre-order Quantum Break on the Xbox Store or through participating retailers will receive a free...

"I have a great affection for pinball in general, and I am one of those people who likes to get his mitts on almost any new pinball video game release because of this. Digital pinball will always be just a little lacking, because it fails to be quite as tactile an experience as the real thing, but it is a great way to allow people to experience great pinball tables without having to figure out how to find, purchase and place multiple tables in your house."

Factotum 90 has today appeared on the Xbox Games Store, offering a rather different experience involving robots and two screens of play. Interested? Well, if you are then you’re in luck because it’s got a limited time discount of 20% for Xbox Live Gold members to take advantage of.

With that thought in mind, it’s probably a good idea to never judge a game on its first looks. If you did, there is quite a big possibility that you’d be giving Amazing Princess Sarah a big old miss. Not only is the name something that will turn off an entire hoard of gamers, but the pixel art visuals should ensure that those who were initially slightly interested will also be deciding to spend their money elsewhere.

You’ll be able to play it on all the usual formats, so that means whether you own an Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4 or PC, you’ll pretty much be sorted. If you fancy checking out the short tale on your mobile device than iOS and Android owners will be able to download it from their relevant stores from the 25th Feb.

With Valentines Day just around the corner, Activision and FreeStyleGames have pulled out all the stops to ensure the big day goes smoothly…by letting us jam along to a couple of Premium Shows that promise to help set the mood!

Here we are again with another Xbox Live Deals With Gold and Spotlight sale. What bargains await for you to get involved in? Well, the following are discounted on Xbox One and Xbox 360 between the 9th-15th Feb 2016.

"With an immersive and interactive experience iunlike any you’ve seen before, you’ll need to help Sherlock stay composed as he is shaken by emotion brought about by his family, dark forces and powerful thirsts for vengeance."

After releasing the Chinese exploits last year and then following that up a month or so back with a look at the gorgeous sights of India, Assassin’s Creed Chronicles now makes its way to Russia. Available right now, you can check it out for a rather reasonable £7.99.