NeverRealm Studios' latest brawler is remarkable, a mass of content in a tidy DC-branded package.
Quake Champions is great, but it desperately tries to hide it.
Pixel Titan's nostalgia-filled romp promises the 90s on a plate, for better or worse...
Arkane's latest immersive sim arrives. But how is it?
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.
Yep, it's another survive-'em-up, but this time with a license. Oh, and nudity, for some reason.
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.
Lego City Undercover is a flawed gem, with technical issues obscuring a great game.
100 players enter, one player leaves in this bizarre massively multiplayer murder-'em-up.
Billed as the triumphant return of the 3D platformer, it's more Yooka-Meh-lee.
The Legend of Zelda's deep focus on puzzle-solving is its strongest feature.
BenQ's W1210ST is a short-throw projector perfect for gamers with a 10ms response time
Stealth-em-up Styx: Shards of Darkness has a few flaws, but the biggest of all is its main character
The Nintendo Switch has only one big game to shout about, but is it any good?
Square Enix and Platinum's beat-em-up collaboration's a Nier classic
No, not the excellent Will Smith song, but the Nintendo console you'll be desperate for
Ever wanted to be an emergency services dispatcher? Me neither, but it turns out it has its moments.
Horizon: Zero Dawn is here. Prepare to meet the PS4's newest killer app.
Bulletstorm is back, with a questionable pre-order bonus and a stunning skybox.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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