Another Call of Juarez game, groan, grumble, harrumph. Oh, hang on a minute, this one’s actually rather good…
We head on board the Queen Zenobia and find out what Veltro has in store for us with Resident Evil Revelations HD
Heists go best with friends
You’re not afraid of the dark, are you?
This certainly is a game about punching stuff!
There is some goodness to be mined from Mars: War Logs, but it has too many flaws and too often feels like you’ve played something similar to being something to recommend.
May the fourth be with you, obviously unless you’re not reading this on the fourth in which case…I don’t know what to tell you.
Sharpen your blade and cancel your papers, because we’re heading back to Ancaria for Sacred Citadel, a side-scrolling hack ‘n’ slash with RPG sensibilities set in the universe of the Sacred franchise.
A strange and intriguing chapter in the Assassin’s Creed lore, but not a necessary one by any means.
Star Trek boldly goes where so many have gone before, to the not-so-deep space of generic movie tie-ins.
80′s stylings, synth-pop soundtrack, laser-beams, cyborgs, dragons and Michael Biehn. Surely Ubisoft can’t go wrong with a formula like that. Right?
Telltale absolutely nail the humour and visuals – don’t they always? – and you’ll definitely get your money’s worth out of your time with Poker Night 2, just don’t go in expecting something you’ll be playing for longer than a few weeks.
Treyarch balance decent new maps with an excellent Zombies add-on in the best Call of Duty DLC in ages.
Even with the lovely soundtrack, quite how a collection of simple shapes can make you feel emotional attachment is beyond us, but the blocky cast of Thomas Was Alone do just that.