Crookz is a decent slice of strategic puzzling, and worth considering if you’re interested in the genre.
Mike Bithell’s follow up to the acclaimed Thomas Was Alone is a great stealth-em-up, but sometimes tries too hard to be more than it is.
Legend of Kay isn’t exactly a game that was crying out for a remaster, but Nordic games has done one anyway.
The Chinese Room’s latest offering presents a quintessentially English version of the apocalypse. Harvest your copy now: this is something special.
More than just a game compilation, Rare Replay is an essential document on one of video games’ greatest developers.
Ketchapp’s latest F2P mobile game is addictive, but it feels as though the studio’s heart wasn’t in it.
Rocket League is the kind of high-flying, higher speed adrenaline game to which all games should aspire.
Arkham Knight’s first slice of post-release single-player DLC is a crushing disappointment, diluting rather than enhancing its parent game.
The latest digital version of Magic: The Gathering feels like a step back, thanks to cheating AI and a raft of technical problems.
Traveller’s Tales’ latest game is solid, but with regressive gameplay it ends up feeling as much of a relic as the dinosaurs it’s so obsessed with.