Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Review: Girl power

Nathan Drake or not, Naughty Dog can make as many Uncharted games as it wants to. Originally conceived as a

Agents of Mayhem Review: One-dimensional and juvenile

Agents of Mayhem is Volition’s latest, a third-person, single-player shooter that’s been spun off from Saints Row and wants to

Matterfall Review: An energetic good time

Housemarque is back with – surprise! – a sci-fi inspired, twin-stick shooter called Matterfall. It mightn’t be very far from

Infinite Minigolf Review: Bank that shot

Zen Studios is back, gracing a host of platforms with a video game that isn’t related to pinball. Still, it’s

Pyre Review: Victory through incineration

It’s been little while since we were last graced with a Supergiant game. Transistor was released in 2014, an excellent

Splatoon 2 Review: Salmon Running

This review has been modified to reflect online play now that it is available. Available today, Splatoon 2 has promised to be

Rugby League Live 4 Review: Rocks and diamonds

As a proud New South Welshman I have gained a high tolerance for disappointment over the last 12 years. The

Marvel Heroes Omega Review: The ultimate alliance

I was very dismayed to see that Activision had out-Activisioned itself when it came to the re-release of Marvel: Ultimate

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Review: Vaan gets a facelift

Final Fantasy XII is back with The Zodiac Age, a new PS4 release that leverages the Japan-only Final Fantasy XII International Zodiac Job

Alienware 13 OLED Review: A portable powerhouse

We’ve been putting a bunch of Alienware tech to the test of late, finding the 17” laptop a bulky powerhouse

ASTRO A10 Review: Quality at a fraction of the cost

ASTRO headsets are highly sought after, but come with a price point to match. The A10 is the brand’s first

Utomik Review: Not quite Netflix, but close

Xbox Games Pass. PlayStation Now. Gaikai and OnLive. While the notion of a subscription-based games service isn’t new, Utomik handles

Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls Review: Aiming for repetition

We’ll say this about Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls — it’s certainly is another chapter of the popular franchise.

That’s You! Review: Most likely to amuze

Free to PlayStation Plus users from this very second, That’s You! Is Sony’s first PlayLink title and a direct competitor

Micro Machines: World Series Review: Needs more time in the shop

Micro Machines: World Series wants to be so much more than it is. Part of it is in the DNA of

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Review: Take me back

Ah, Crash Bandicoot. You whipper snappers mightn’t know this — the poor l’il guy’s been whored out to mindless sequels