Sport & Auto
- About Future
- Digital Future
- Cookies Policy
- Terms & Conditions
- Investor Relations
- Contact Future
If shitty daytime soap operas have taught us anything (other than comas are never permanent and don’t trust evil identical twins with moustaches), it’s that flashbacks rule. The same logic also rings true in games. Some of the best levels we’ve ever played occurred as memories from our playable character’s past. And whether it’s having blocky PS1 nightmares or having a budding bromance in Chernobyl, the following flashbacks totally bested anything from that show with the polar bears and smoke monsters.
Contributors: Chris Antista, Charlie Barratt, Brett Elston, Matthew Keast, Shane Patterson, Mikel Reparaz
Hundreds of games are released every year, then played and forgotten by the next. Only a dozen or so will be remembered a decade from now, and only a few of those will have any lasting impact on the medium as a whole.
Which upcoming titles stand the best chance of leaving that meaningful mark?
Most people don't think that the skybox is a particularly sexy or clever element of game design. But most people are dead wrong. Don't be like those people. Read on and we'll deliver you from their wrongness. With knowledge.
Some games are upfront about their morally dubious nature, but others pretend to be innocent while hiding their corrupting content inside sinister subtext. Join us as we blow the lid on that whole den of depravity.
Comic books have been crossing over into games since 1978, and are more a part than ever. See the decades long history here...
Becoming an assassin isn't the smartest career choice, but if you're committed to live the life of a hitman, there's some important lessons you should learn from the virtual pros...
Whether you prefer first-person shooters, role-playing games, expansive MMOs, or independently developed gems from smaller studios, no other platform offers gamers more choice than the PC. Check out GamesRadar’s top picks for the best 10 PC games you should be playing right now…
Sly Cooper isn't the only bandit we have a soft spot for. Hold on to your valuables and stay out of the shadows as we count down our most likable gaming thieves...
Why bother seeking out a Valentine when you can simply love yourself? These video game narcissists will show you how true egotism is done...
Our sixth annual celebration of all things amazing in gaming in 2011 continues - in fact, it's only just starting! Now that the feel-good Special Awards are out of the way, we can start in on the real Platinum Chalices. Looking for the most satisfying gore, the best sidekick or the game that surprised us the most by not sucking in 2011? You've definitely come to the right place...
Log in using Facebook to share comments, games, status update and other activity easily with your Facebook feed.