All texts by Ossi Mykkanen
The trio of games are solid, but sadly this feels like a lazy remaster.
The dark sheep of the franchise has found new life in the realm of VR.
"Doom 64 shows modern gamers how things were done back in 1997."
"Space Junkies is a futuristic reminder from the past. A fast-paced multiplayer shooter, that reminds us of Quake matches among friends all those years ago."
"Attending a techno party in a Tron world as a Jedi Knight? Beat Saber is that cool."
"Planet Alpha isn't the most original platforming game, but it's definitely one of the most good looking sci-fi worlds we've explored recently."
"Some of the base game's technical problems are still present in this DLC, but the new content is more than enough to keep us engaged."
The single-player campaign is out, Battle Royale is in, and those pesky Zombies make a big return.
"Ark Park had potential, but everything is so badly executed that it all evaporates incredibly quickly."
"It offers something a little different, and it's done in an innovative way."
After several weeks of taking the fight to the Red Legion on consoles, we've taken an extended look at Bungie's shooter ahead of its launch on PC.
"This half-hearted zombie shooter feels bland and unpolished, and the only highlight is that the shooting mechanics work well."
"The remastered version enhances this classic game while respecting the source material."
"Starblood Arena is a well-crafted multiplayer experience overall though, and a worthy addition to your VR library."
"The minimalistic visuals and memorable music fit well together, creating a dreamy atmosphere that reminds us of Journey."
Ahead of its upcoming October release, we went for one last look at Hangar 13's bullet-riddled open world adventure.
We visited the headquarters of id Software to see how a modernised Doom has risen from the flames of (development) hell.
Firaxis are readying a PC-only return to the world of Xcom. Will there decision to ditch the consoles be vindicated?
Hands-on with the galaxy far, far away as Star Wars blasts its way onto the Disney Play Set.