The debut game from Red Barrels is a masterclass in terror.
Like the extraterrestrial invasion it portrays, the Bureau is overwhelmed by a plethora of alien systems.
A Machine For Pigs is eloquent, elegiac and definitively horrifying, but damaged by overly-restrained systems.
Rayman Legends is a delightful sequel in the reinvigorated platforming series.
Sam Fisher may be a lost cause, but this is the strongest Splinter Cell game in years.
Rome reinstates its legacy as the finest strategy game in existence.
Space Hulk recreates the rule-set of the classic boardgame, but not quite the same experience.
Saints Row IV is so much fun it's probably bad for you, and to a certain extent, itself.
Celebrating a decade of the best Star Wars game ever made.
Rise of The Triad brings back the best bits of the classic FPS, but also all the worst bits and a whole host of its own problems.
It may feel like a Portal rip-off but Magrunner: Dark Pulse still has plenty going for it.
Deadpool the character is a good laugh. It's a shame we can't say the same about his game.
Telltale's writing is better than ever, but 400 Days suffers from a change of structure and an unsatisfactory payoff.
We look back over how the War on Terror has shaped games from GTA III to Deus Ex and beyond.
November 13 2019 | 09:50
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