How could it have ended any other way? There’s an uncomfortable melancholy to everything that happens in Shadow Of The Colossus, and with every Colossus we kill a little voice inside says ‘You really shouldn’t have done that.’ Who’s the real monster now as you put an end to bearded giant Barba and inch closer to the game’s end credits and mysterious Mono’s cure and awakening?
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THE LORD OF THE RINGS: GOLLUM
Is this adventure PS5’s precious? We speak to Daedalic Entertainment to discover Gollum’s secrets – and perhaps some of Sméagol’s
A classic returns on PS5
KENA: BRIDGE OF SPIRITS
Rotten to the core, in the best way possible
Bartek Kmita reveals People Can Fly’s shooter secrets
Revelio! Enjoying life in the Wizarding World
An RPG where you’re up against the clock
FINAL FANTASY XVI
The future of the JRPG is crystallising
Game director Dinga Bakaba reveals why we’ll have time to kill in 2021
Watch this space
LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga
Every Star Wars movie has been rebuilt brick by brick
THE SEARCHERS GUITARIST/ VOCALIST MIKE PENDER REMINISCES ABOUT THE BRITISH INVASION AND THE HONOR OF RECEIVING A PRESTIGIOUS AWARD FROM PRINCE CHARLES IN 2020.
...were made for walking bass-lines, says Slyboots bassist Margaret LaBombard
SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND – THE IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCE LAUNCHES IN LIVERPOOL
Tate Liverpool and National Museums Liverpool, with a little help from The Beatles and Dolby Laboratories, today launched a unique experiential presentation of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band in Dolby Atmos®, as a Christmas gift to the city.
RAUL MEIRELES - ONE OF A KIND
JOE HARVEY TAKES A LOOK BACK AT THE COLOURFUL CAREER OF THE FORMER LIVERPOOL AND CHELSEA MIDFIELDER
‘Let's re-introduce some fun classes'
We need to promote the plaited ridden pony, says Stuart Hollings
DINE IN & OUT LERPWL
ELLIS BARRIE’S NEW VENTURE LAUNCHED LATER THAN PLANNED, BUT IT — LIKE THE FOOD — IS WORTH THE WAIT
When the Hurricane hit Liverpool
Alex Higgins smoked, boozed and gambled as he met a delighted Gary Smith
KLOPP: WE DON'T NEED MASSIVE REBUILD
SHEFFIELD UTD v LIVERPOOL
THE ROAD TO GLORY
As we approach a year ending in ‘One’ and look forward to celebrating a number of anniversaries of our previous trophy triumphs, in each matchday programme this season we’ll reflect on one game that we played along the road to glory in one of those successes.
RALPH ROCKS THE REDS
The late, great Ralph Coates applies an acrobatic finish to give us a vital win against Liverpool at White Hart Lane in March 1977.