Embrace the shadows in Lince Work's stealth sequel.
This post-apocalyptic shooter draws heavy influence from Metro 2033 and Fallout 4.
A detective story set in Japan that is best described as an interactive TV series.
This is one co-op party game that has ruffled up our feathers.
With the latest NFL season in full swing, we've spent some time with the latest Madden game.
We've taken a trip back into The Dome to check out Dark Crystal Games sci-fi RPG.
In this gothic adventure from Zoink Games, there's only one law: Random rules!
Deck Nine Games has rewritten the fundamentals of Life is Strange and in turn created a series highlight.
The five-year long break has come to an end, and Tales of Arise rewards patient fans and newcomers alike with what might be the best game of the series.
Fight back against the slugs in this top-down shooter from Spanish studio Weird Beluga.
25 years after the release, Id Software's trendsetter has been polished up and released to all current game formats.
We have played through the ruins of our civilization one stroke at a time in one of the most unique golf games ever made.
Somehow in an attempt to modernise one of the blue hedgehog's best adventures, they have managed to make it worse.
The latest entry in the long-running series has a few ups-and-downs.
There is a new challenger in the motorcycle world, but can Rims take on Milestone's games that currently dominate the genre?
One of the most awaited indie games has finally landed. Is Axiom Verge 2 an experience as solid as the first game? Tommy says no...It's better!
King's Bounty 2 brings new elements to the series, but not all changes are for the better.
Set twenty years after the events of Aliens, Cold Iron Studios action title tasks a squad of Colonial Marines with squashing the Xenomorph infestation on the Katanga.
Tim Schafer and co have done the impossible and have delivered a superior follow-up.
Following launching a year ago, Jin Sakai's adventure is continuing, taking him to a nearby island to deal with a new Mongol threat.
In the real world, things have been fracked up for quite some time now, but in virtual reality, we can finally frack back.
As a lonely plant whisperer, we transform dusty wastelands into magnificent forests in virtual reality.
After vibin' on PCs for over two years, Synth Riders is finally coming to PSVR - albeit after a few postponements. We're having a look at the final version.
In the second expansion, Eivor will participate in the conquest of France and will face new and powerful enemies.
Eldest Souls is a solid contender for our favourite Souls-like of the year.
Wales Interactive's latest FMV title lacks in scares and player interaction.
The path of the samurai is full of obstacles.
The series makes a return after a lengthy 14-year gap.
Join the ancestor of Phoenix Wright in a pair of tightly woven stories in English for the first time.
The time-bending love letter to JRPGs by Dreams Uncorporated excels in its truly striking visuals.
Chinese Softstar Entertainment is back with its fourth instalment into the role-playing game series, Empire of Angels.
Armature Studio has delivered a thoroughly enjoyable narrative tale, wrapped up in a gorgeous level design.
We have taken the newest instalment of the Formula One series by Codemasters for a spin.
This virtual experience makes sniping feel more real than ever.
Can Aiden Pearce help solve Watch Dogs: Legion's identity crisis?
The remade version of THPS 1+2 has finally arrived on Nintendo's hybrid-console. Let's find out if this port is good enough to present it at your local skatepark.
A spiritual sequel to Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance set in Icewind Dale. But how does it stack-up against the 2001 predecessor?
In Bandai Namco's latest action adventure you can defy fate with the powers of your brain.
The current platforming craze has helped resurrect even the most unlikely of faces.
Together with two new companions we head into Blackwood, where we uncover more of the Daedra's machinations.
With Strive, the fighting game genre is taken to new heights, but unfortunately, it is not without some resistance.
On this emotional journey we work together with giants to save our world, plagued by deadly fungal spores.
The trio of games are solid, but sadly this feels like a lazy remaster.
Some things are best left in the past.
Take to the field of battle to fight for the pious Agathian Knights or for the ruthless Mason Order, in Torn Banner Studios' medieval, multiplayer, first-person slasher.
After suffering two unfortunate delays, Song of Horror has now finally landed on consoles.
The sniping sequel takes us to the Middle East to deal with a revengeful widow.
One of the Mega Drive's most beloved platformers has been reborn.
Is it a plunderous hoard or a bilge-sucking trip to Davy Jones' Locker?