From mobile, to Vita, to PS4: has Atomicom’s not-a-racer survived the trip from the hand to home console, or does it crash at the first barrier?
NetherRealm has produced the best Mortal Kombat game yet, though a truncated story mode and disappointing roster takes some of the shine off of an otherwise accomplished outing.
Credit has to be given to Defiant for creating something new yet feels so familiar.
Visceral’s Battlefield debut is a game of two halves, but the results are uneven, with the single-player campaign containing some bizarre design choices.
Even putting aside some significant bugs, House of Caravan is a pale shadow of the games it’s inspired by.
The second episode of Life is Strange sets out to further explore deep and meaningful subjects, with varying degrees of success.
Obsidian’s latest latest game is a stunning RPG, more than worthy of standing side by side with Baldur’s Gate 2 and Planescape: Torment.
“Welcome to Yharnam,” says the wolf. “Welcome to Bloodborne, we hope you have fun.”
Miyazaki’s latest game is a masterpiece of design, and the first truly essential game on the PS4.
Ready At Dawn’s debut is technically impressive, but the experience itself is a whole other kettle of fish.
Four Quarters’ minimalist and cryptic game pushes all the right buttons.