Created by solo indie developer Robert Hesketh of Hesketh Studios, Executive Assault 2 is an unusual combination of real-time unit command game-play and fast-paced FPS action as players seamlessly jump into the boots of different units at the click of a button. With the Earth destroyed, players must grab their suit and tie as they begin life as a CEO of an inter-galactic corporation whose business objective is to take over planets in a bid to accumulate as much wealth as possible in a galactic wild west of chaos and lawlessness.
Diarmuid and Alex chat season 2 of The Orville, The Wandering Earth, Tropico 5, Kingdoms and Castles and more!
Jo, Diarmuid and Alex chat Shazam!, Dark Souls 2, Hanna, Mechstermination Force and more!
Thanos has snapped away half the universe and now it's time for the remaining Avengers to assemble what they have left
Billed as the premier first person competitive shooter on mobile devices, Hothead Games have high hopes for their latest game, Kill Shot Bravo.
Richard reviews a gaming keyboard with an elegant design and pretty lights - What more could you want?
Tim gives some Starlink: Battle for Atlas buying advice for us Brits interested in the game.
You could win one of two Mass Effect Alliance Normandy SR-2 Replica Ships! All you have to do to win one of these great prizes is answer our simple question.
Vocal opposition to Mass Effect 3's ending is making the gaming community look like a laughing stock to people who have more important things to worry about than the conclusion of Shepard's three-game story.
The Sony Press Conference will start at 5.30pm Pacific / 8.30pm Eastern / 1.30am UK (+1 day) on Monday June 10th – and we'll be liveblogging every moment of it right here at BRB.
The competition has now closed - thanks to everyone who entered. Winners will have their codes sent to them via a forum private message.
Have you just picked up a shiny new PS Vita? Is your wallet hurting? Still in need of a copy of Uncharted: Golden Abyss? Never fear, because we're giving one away!
Winning stuff is awesome. Winning awesome stuff is, presumably, awesomer. Winning a Calibur 11 Mass Effect 3 Vault is awesomer still. Awesomerer, if you will.