An enjoyable and substantial add-on, held back by the same issues as its parent game.
Temple of Osiris is a fun multiplayer experience, let down a middling single-player mode and inconsistent difficulty. But hey, at least you actually spend time in tombs this time.
Level 5 has delivered a worthy alternative to Animal Crossing and Harvest Moon.
Like fine wine, Blizzard’s MMO just keeps getting better with age.
Just over a year since it was released, was Knack treated unfairly? Or does it justify all the scorn it received?
Uneven pacing and some baffling design choices mean that Naiad Entertainment’s latest is unlikely to make a lot of noise.
Nic Bunce looks at one of the more interesting, and underappreciated, puzzlers of 2014.
Jade Empire is a good game, and would be amazing if not troubled by as many discordant issues and troubles as its characters.
Telltale wins again, combining their successful home-grown brand of storytelling with the complicated realm of GRRM’s Game of Thrones.
Bigger doesn’t always mean better, but in the case of Ubisoft Montreal’s latest outing, it beats stalking the streets of Paris.