Nostalgic but novel, the new Zelda game revisits its past but makes it feel fresh and new
The latest instalment of CoD may be 'gloriously stupid', but one of the most fun-to-play in years
Black Flag conjures an amazing world of Caribbean islands, treasure hunts and secrets
Grown-up fairy-tale game from creators of The Walking Dead is funny, brutal and mysterious
Latest Fifa video game is evolution not revolution but it adds polish to an already great experience
Video game visionary led former playing-card firm from near-bankruptcy to world domination
This satire on western society is technically brilliant and ridiculous fun - even if it cost £170m to build
Historical video game sequel balances absorbing large-scale strategy and exhilarating frontline tactics
Latest instalment of this popular 2D platformer is insanely inventive, but do we need 'panty shots'?
Tom Clancy's stealth action video game series is back with a glorious game of cat and mouse
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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