August 2017 isn’t a bad month for video games, as releases start to pick back up in the run to the holiday season. The month provides an assortment of racing, sport and adventure titles, sure to please everyone. Undoubtedly, PS4 owners

I thought a good way to start this review would be to compare my Cities: Skylines creations to children. I care about them deeply, protect them from fire and crime, make sure they are educated, that their home is free from sewerage

Cities: Skylines will head to Xbox One later this month, publisher Paradox Interactive and developer Colossal Order have confirmed. Already available on Windows PC, Mac and Linux, fans can expect the title from 21 April on Microsoft’s newest console. It will bundle

2015 was an amazing year, both for video games and I. Personally, I bought a house and got married, two wonderful but stressful events that left me turning to games for an escape in the brief periods I wasn’t building

Six games have managed to break 1 million sales on Steam so far this year according to data released by Steam Spy. Perhaps unsurprisingly Grand Theft Auto 5, Cities: Skylines and the hype factory Rocket League all make the list,

City building simulator, Cities: Skylines is getting its very first expansion which will introduce day and night cycles to players’ metropolises. Cities: Skylines “After Dark” was announced at Paradox Interactive’s Gamescom press conference with Mariina Hallikainen, CEO of developer Colossal Order saying

Update 1.1 to Cities: Skylines is live and with it comes a range of new content to the city building game, for free. According to a post on the Paradox Interactive forums, the update will provide players with; Over 50 European style buildings