A quirky, fun arcade-sports title, despite a case of some lazy game design that relies too heavily on the Mario franchise.
Diablo has found a new home on next-gen consoles and with all it has to offer, anyone who owns a next-gen console shouldn’t be caught without a copy.
If you want a racing game that doesn’t steer itself too far over into sim or arcade territory but encapsulates the atmosphere of racing, this is it.
Its a sandbox game but with a few more tricks and a very pretty city. Money well spent and already has us excited for the next instalment.
It looks good, plays great and best of all, has bit of everything that makes video games fun… including Nazi mechs.
Technically competent with an intriguing story, but sold short by unimaginative and unchallenging gameplay, and a measured pace that some may find off-putting.
If you are hoping for more of that Arkham experience you are unfortunately not going to find it here. Arkham Origins: Blackgate falls heartbreakingly short of measuring up to what we have come to expect from the Arkham titles. While the idea has massive potential I cannot recommend it.
Infamous brings the fun of wielding unique powers to an open world city and looks gorgeous. It’s good, but it feels like it could have offered more.
Shadow Fall takes the Killzone franchise into the next generation with a pretty, but painfully generic shooter experience.
While Desktop Dungeons may boast its ability to give you a quick dash of fun, beware… because minutes very quickly turn into hours.
Metro: Last Light combines the best parts of stealth and action to take you into an intriguing post-apocalyptic Russian setting that feels part Half-Life and part Fallout… and that can’t be so bad.
Splinter Cell: Blacklist is a return to form for the franchise and one that will have you quickly remembering why you loved playing them all along.