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In space, no one can hear you scream
Despite some bold ideas and one exceptional level, Death of the Outsider is an uneven finale for the current series.
New football season, new PES. But how does it stack up against previous efforts?
Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite goes all in on the light and fury, and it's a bloody good romp.
Binding of Isaac Afterbirth+ comes to the Switch in the UK. It's six months late but worth the wait.
Destiny's child? Or something altogether more interesting?
Mario + Rabbids is an engaging tactical experience that isn't as deep as some might like.
XCOM 2's expansion is here, and it's bigger, better, and bolder than the game that came before it.
Absolver is a decent martial arts game wrapped in a framework that doesn't really fit.
An expansion turned standalone adventure, The Lost Legacy proves itself a worthy entry in the Uncharted series.
Nidhogg 2 refreshes the formula of the comic multiplayer dueller, although it ultimately fails to improve upon it.
The Saints Row pseudosequel proves that the apple does in fact fall very far from the tree. Also, the apple might not be as good as you expect
Dark and distressing yet hugely rewarding, Hellblade is a powerful and absorbing masterclass in virtual empathy.
Tacoma is a short, sharp and soulful space-station exploration game.
The Long Dark finally wraps up its long stint on Early Access. Is it worthy of a long weekend of play?
Aven Colony is a sci-fi settlement simulation that's light on the sci-fi and simulation.
Splatoon 2 is a candy- coloured blast, but is it worth the effort?
Is Behold the Kickmen a smashing send-up of football, or will it simply be sent-off?
Platform-'em-up Super Cloudbuilt has its head in the clouds but doesn't manage to deliver the goods.
The End Is Nigh is a clever spin on Super Meat Boy's ultra-challenging platforming.
Wipeout looks better than ever on PS4 Pro hardware. Is this collection worth a revisit?
The iOS puzzle game that kept Jake sane through Dreamhack.
Broader and more accessible than Dirt Rally, Dirt 4 is a superb off-road racer.
Namco Bandai's latest punch-up lands, but is it the king of the iron fist or merely tekken the mick?
The Long Journey Home is a potentially great space roguelike let down by terrible controls.
Not the best isometric kill-'em-up you've ever played, but Tokyo 42's pretty and oh so charming.
Spectacular and tactically rewarding, Rising Storm 2 is perhaps too demanding for its own good.
Danger Zone is a deliciously destructive evolution of Burnout's crash mode.
It may be seven years late, but Vanquish is still a thrilling and subversive cover-shooter.
Voorhees a jolly good fellow, and the game's not bad either.
Torn Banner's follow-up to Chivalry is lacking the magic.
Perception is a smart, emotive horror game that encourages you to look beyond the obvious.
NeverRealm Studios' latest brawler is remarkable, a mass of content in a tidy DC-branded package.
Deck13 takes Dark Souls into the future. But does it have that same spark, or has it blown a fuse?
Super Rude Bear Resurrection is a bundle of great mechanics hidden in a less great game.
Mario Kart 8 returns in deluxe form for the Nintendo Switch, and it's sublime.
Relic's Dawn of War franchise returns, but it's disappointing.
Outlast 2 ups the intensity of the original but loses something in the process.
Visually stunning and effectively creepy, Little Nightmares is too short and simple to have impact.
Kona is an exciting step forward for detective games, although it falls just short of greatness.
Boasting incredible art design and an eerie atmosphere, Tölva is let down by shallow systems.
Telltale make another impressive narrative adventure, but they're starting to look tired
Mr Shifty is a teleporting, top-down beat-'em-up, and Jake dug it.