Battle royale, as everyone knew it would, is getting bigger. The genre currently dominated by Fortnite: Battle Royale and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is getting a new entrant from Boss Key Productions, fresh off the disappointing failure that was LawBreakers. The new game is called Radical Heights, and it’s a neon-soaked, 80’s style murderous game show, more Fortnite than PUBG from an aesthetic standpoint.

Far Cry 5 suggests a world on the brink of a violence apocalypse, but the game’s sanitised gameplay and clean-cut power fantasy ultimately ring hollow. If the series wants to make a case for human savagery, it should look back to Far Cry 2, a game that wasn’t afraid to let things break.

They had good success with ‘Duck Season’ and now they are upping their game with a new virtual reality shooter game, featuring some of the most breathtaking physics imaginable. Enjoy this quick demo, which is also basically a look into your future gaming experiences!

There was something hypnotic about the insanely popular video game franchise RollerCoaster Tycoon. In it, you could build and manage a theme park. And then, you could let it all go to hell. Jurassic World Evolution, let’s you do all that times 10. Because not only do you have the benefit of building a theme park from scratch, you can also unleash its resident dinosaurs to play with the lives of insignificant humans.

Between Super Mario Odyssey, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Horizon Zero Dawn, and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, it’s going to be hard to top 2017’s game line-up. But 2018 has some massive games of its own. From major new Nintendo games to highly-anticipated sequels, 2018 is full of promising new games. Here is a list of games that should officially be on your radar this year.

Previously working for Sledgehammer Games creating the maps for Call of Duty Advanced Warfare, the Doc left his role to pursue his dream of taking over the world by streaming. Broadcasting up to five times a week, Dr DisRespect has captured the imaginations of people across the world.

Andy Murray got the fright of his life when Michael McIntyre burst into his room in the middle of the night for a midnight game show. He brough along with him a bunch of celebrities, including Geri Halliwell and The Stig!

Ninja told CNBC’s “Squawk Alley” about how he manages to earn more than $500,000 per month playing Fortnite. “I think that I offer a combination of high-tier game play that they really can’t get with a lot of other content creators. It’s very difficult to be one of the very best at a video game,” Blevins said.

Ghostbusters World gameplay will enable players to battle and capture hundreds of ghosts from all dimensions of the franchise, including the films, TV shows, comic books, theme parks, and video games. The game will also feature new and unique ghosts to the franchise.

This is probably the most joy I’ve heard from a Dunkey video in a while. It’s nice to see him so clearly enjoying what I can only imagine is the video game equivalent of rubbing Nair removal cream on your testicles with some of these balloon spots.

Augmented reality experiences are oftentimes a dud, and the really mind-melting ones require hardware that costs a sh*t-ton of money. But Abhishek Singh seems to have figured out a way to make AR both accessible and really f**king cool. His latest project brings the classic arcade game Street Fighter II to life as a multiplayer game people can play in the real world.

The internet and myself cannot get enough of these highlights. It’s like eating a dessert after an already awesome ‘winner winner chicken dinner’. This is edited better than most AAA game trailers. Give that man a firm handshake and a raise.

Violence speed and momentum is what the Champions Club is all about. I’m not the only one when I say I’d love to see Dr Disrespect make an appearance on Joe Rogan’s podcast. Somebody make that sh*t happen asap.

Do horror next, where scary sh*t touches you! Hook this up to a Fleshlight and add in some augmented reality with a porn star. Whoever does this will literally be printing money for life.

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is a tactical adventure game combining the turn-based combat of XCOM with story, exploration, stealth, and strategy. Take control of a team of Mutants navigating a post-human Earth. Created by a team including former HITMAN leads and the designer of PAYDAY.

Violence speed momentum is what the Champions Club is all about. I’m not the only one when I say I’d love to see Dr Disrespect make an appearance on Joe Rogan’s podcast. Somebody make that sh*t happen asap.

There’s a lot to sift through here, new maps, weapons, assignments and more, so if you’ve been playing around in other games waiting for new content to drop in Battlefield 1, now’s the time to jump back in.

I am terrible at PUBG. Absolutely appalling, both on PC and Xbox. I don’t get “chicken dinners,” I have the aim of a potato, and more than any other game, this thing causes me to rage, swear and throw my controller. So why on earth would I, like millions of others, keep on playing it? Because it’s legendary, that’s why.