All texts by Anders Mai
"When you've hit the rhythm of each drum beat, prompting everything to play along perfectly, we can clearly see why it has such passionate fans."
"It's the quality of the combat that lifts the game up high even to this day, especially when you're fighting enemies in the endgame DLC, Bitterblack Isle."
"The execution is very solid, in fact, it's so well crafted that you won't be bothered by the lack of new ideas or major changes."
"Even though Climax Studios has made some good decisions, Pirates of the Enchiridion could still use a bit more time in the oven."
"If you're new to the series we'd recommend you start with Cyber Sleuth."
"The puzzle part of the game is, on the whole, incredibly well implemented."
"The sources of inspiration are many and clear, but throughout the experience, a certain identity of its own emerges."
"If this so happens to be the first step towards a longer adventure, we can only imagine what they'll be able to achieve in potential sequels."
"While we enjoyed this final piece of Season Pass DLC, ultimately we wish there had been a bit more personality added to some of the story missions."
"The narrative is courageous, the characters complex, the battle system refined, and it's all wrapped up in one of the most stylish games we've ever had the pleasure of getting lost in."
Come for the multiplayer. Stay for the multiplayer.
Ubisoft has really upped its game for the hack-filled open-world sequel.
We got our hands on the next South Park RPG for forty fart-filled minutes. It stinks, but in a good way.
Intelligent, methodical and brutal combat.
We went to North Carolina to check out Boss Key's debut shooter.
We climbed into the cockpit and explored Hello Games' ambitious title.
"This is a formidable game, which does show signs of aging, but deserves to be played."
We've finally gotten an extended hands-on with Ubisoft's elusive RPG-shooter hybrid.
"It's in competitive multiplayer where the game shines. The matches are short, intense and always surprising."
We crossed the Atlantic to get some hands-on with the next game in the Deus Ex series. Eidos Montreal had already proved themselves capable with Human Revolution, but can they keep it up with Mankind Divided?
"We take a closer look at the rebalanced FIFA, the new FUT Draft, and much more."