Review – The Falconeer
The Falconeer continually reminds me of Sea Of Thieves, and it’s not just the stylized graphics or environments dominated by water – it’s something about the pace of the game. This is a game I can fire up when I’m…
Review – Watch Dogs: Legion
I didn’t really understand the full impact of Ubisoft Toronto’s ‘Play As Anyone’ tagline for Watch Dogs: Legion until I was an hour or so into the London-based open-world stealth-heavy action title, playing on hard difficulty with permadeath turned on….
Review – EA Sports NHL 21
EA Sports NHL 21 is one of the best NHL games EA has ever put out.
Review – Marvel’s Avengers
Marvel’s Avengers was pegged as a Destiny-like loot game ahead of its release, a notion supported by all the pre-release marketing, but that sells the game criminally short. Don’t get me wrong, there is that whole Games As A Service…
Review – Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning
A solid, if unspectacular, remaster of a once-doomed franchise.
Review – PGA Tour 2K21
Golf is a tough game at the best of times, and that’s a lesson that PGA Tour 2K21 carries with it. On one hand you can feel like a golfing god after nailing a difficult iron shot out of the…
Review – Mortal Shell
Cold Symmetry offers up one of the finest debut titles in video games.
Review – Terrorarium
Terrorarium, available now on Steam from indie studio Stitch Media, is heavily inspired by Pikmin but adds a heavy amount of user-generated creation to help keep things fresh. As The Gardener, players take the reins over an army of Moogu…
Review – Destroy All Humans!
This isn’t a great game, but it never really set out to be. It just wants to be a fun game you can turn your brain off for, and it’s a huge success at that. It’s a B-level game that apes B-movies and I love it to death for that still, 15 years later.
Review – Golftopia
Create your own golf paradise, or nightmare, in Golftopia.