Review: Rugby Challenge 3

It is sadly myth that William Webb Ellis invented the sport of rugby by picking up a football and running

Review: Pinball FX2’s “Aliens vs Pinball” DLC

That new car smell is one of those things you have to experience to really appreciate. While I can’t get

Review: Star Fox Zero

It’s not that Star Fox Zero is a bad game, it’s more that it’s a mediocre three hour one. Talk

Review: Ratchet & Clank

I thought I’d be a bad choice to review Ratchet & Clank – after all, I loathed most of Insomniac’s

Review: DiRT Rally

It’s been a long time since the release of Colin McRae DiRT, almost ten years in fact. Similarly, it’s also

Review: Dark Souls III

For newcomers to the franchise, Dark Souls III will be a brutal journey where you’ll die over and over again

Review: Quantum Break

In all honesty, I wasn’t sure about Quantum Break when it was first announced. Developed by Remedy, the minds behind Alan

Review: Hyrule Warriors Legends

Hyrule Warriors is, basically, Dynasty Warriors using characters from The Legend of Zelda. Myriad characters. Hell, this 3DS port of the

Review: EA Sports UFC 2

The UFC has changed a lot in two years. EA Sports UFC arrived at a time where fighters could still

Review: Trackmania Turbo

I’m sitting in my race car, waiting for the event to begin. Above me, the sound of helicopter blades slicing

Review: Fallout 4’s “Automatron” DLC

When I started up Fallout 4 again for the first time in months, all I could think about was Bethesda’s

Review: Hitman

A fashion show full of the rich, the famous and the really, really ridiculously good looking. Oh, and a contracted

Review: Superhot

Superhot is taking bullet time to its logical conclusion: time only moves when you move. The game is one big

Review: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD

Twilight Princess is the forgettable Legend of Zelda. It was a cross-gen game, long before that became standard practice and

Review: Blast ’em Bunnies

Nnooo’s first proper foray into cross-platform gaming, Blast ‘em Bunnies, is simple, engaging and plays to the company’s strengths. The

Review: Bravely Second: End Layer

Three years ago, English-speaking markets saw a minor miracle when Square Enix decided to release Bravely Default, an RPG drawing