Shadow of the Tomb Raider Review: Like the jaguar

Shadow of the Tomb Raider is the third in the franchise’s rebooted world, an Uncharted-like affair this time handled by Eidos Montreal rather than...

World of Warcraft Battle for Azeroth Review

It seems like just yesterday that we were fighting the demons of the Burning Legion as they attempted to destroy Azeroth and its inhabitants....

Spider-Man Review: The hero (game) we needed

I like Spider-Man so much, it’s likely to become the second PlayStation game I bother to earn its Platinum Trophy. You mightn’t know me,...

Strange Brigade Review: Let’s set forth, adventurers!

Strange Brigade is the latest from Sniper Elite’s Rebellion Developments, though it couldn’t be further from that fabled franchise. Gone is the patient, silent...

Yakuza Kiwami 2 Review: Have bike, will smash

The Yakuza series seems to be enjoying a Western-release renaissance over the last few years, with titles being both more visible and more popular....

HTC Vive Pro Review: Head and shoulders above

It’s been a little over two years since the original HTC Vive first graced our heads and, along with the Oculus Rift, began offering...

Guacamelee 2 Review: Play it again, Juan

Drinkbox's Guacamelee was a surprise hit, a Metroidvania-style experience that provided as much of a challenge as it warmed the heart with charm and humour. Guacamelee 2 sticks...

We Happy Few Review: The game I’ve always wanted

Like everyone else who saw We Happy Few’s announcement and Gamescom trailers in 2015, I was instantly enamoured with the title. That feeling of...

Overcooked 2 Review: Time to head back to the kitchen

Overcooked 2 is Overcooked with a series of quality of life improvements, and I’m very okay with that. Available on Windows PC, Xbox One, PS4...

New Man’s Sky: Tales from a traveller on the hype train

I was excited for No Man’s Sky two years ago. It’s rare that a game so ambitious makes its way into the spotlight; as...

Danger Zone 2 Review: Shovin’ into overdrive

To understand the Danger Zone series one needs to first understand the roots of the Developer, Three Fields Entertainment. The heads of this seven-person...

Captain Toad Treasure Tracker Review: Switch to a proper handheld

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker was one of my favourite Wii U games -- and four years later it has been dusted off and retooled...

Sennheiser GSP 600 headset Review: A tight little package

Another day, another headset -- this time, we took the Sennheiser GSP 600 for a spin. We're very glad we did. The GSP 600 is...

Prey Mooncrash Review: Fly me to the moon

Prey was an amazing game, and not enough of you played it. For shame. Hopefully, the lure of the game's latest DLC, Mooncrash, can fix that. In Mooncrash,...

The Crew 2 Review: Take to the skies

There’s a common thought that comes to mind as I've been playing through the last few triple-A racing titles: it would seem that the...

Inside Review: Limbo Evolved

Seeing as how Playdead's newest is a timed Microsoft exclusive, it would have been perfect to name it Limbo: Puzzles Evolved rather than Inside. Those...

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 and Skylanders more than...

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Donkey Kong Adventure Review

The excellent Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle returns with new DLC in the form of Donkey Kong Adventure, a ten hour jaunt heavily inspired by Donkey Kong Country. Retaining...

Jurassic World Evolution Review: Needs more evolution

Movie tie-ins. Love ‘em or hate ‘em (and you really should hate them), they’re designed with a primary purpose in mind: to get franchise...

The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit Review: Required playing

The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit is now available on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4 and frankly, you've no reason not to play...