Drinkbox Studios latest title is as enjoyable as it is bizarre.
Step back into the shoes of your favourite Rainbow Six Siege Operators to join REACT and fight back against an invading and constantly evolving alien life form.
The capitalist classic is back in a new form, offering a surprisingly fresh and entertaining experience with plenty of speed and flair.
Whip out a firehose and save the city from dangerous fire monsters in Dejima's roguelike platformer.
Image & Form's platformer serves up a stunning world and an engaging story, but falls short elsewhere.
Caldera is here, but does its addition advance the popular battle royale title enough?
This is one bloody hack n' slash worth sinking your teeth into.
343 Industries is looking to cement itself as the careful custodians of the Master Chief, and Infinite is their do or die attempt to do so.
For their latest space odyssey, Fishlabs tells us the emotional story of a tragic heroine. Unfortunately, the developers are serving up too much.
After some effective begging from Frank Hegevall (six years of age), our Swedish editor-in-chief folded and paid £49 for this year's worst game...
Rebellion's strategy-simulation title has landed on consoles and we've tested it out.
We've been playing Halo Infinite's multiplayer since launch and have now set a rating.
The continuation of Giants Software's simulator series improves and expands on an already jam-packed experience.
Head out on an interstellar adventure in Exbleative's atmospheric physics-based game.
This charming life sim allows you to grow your very own worlds.
A surprising turn-based RPG to explore Runeterra with some of its most loved and popular characters.
The famous detective leaves London and embarks on his most personal adventure yet.
"Definitive Edition" might be a bit of a misleading statement.
Take to the island of Ambrosia to simmer, sauté, and serve your way to culinary fame.
It might be short of a campaign, but its three online modes show a lot of promise.
Frontier Developments latest simulation title enhances its dino-park building series, but fails to drop our jaws.
Sledgehammer Games' latest instalment into the long-running shooter series offers up some great improvements, but still feels a bit safe at its core.
Playground Games latest racer takes us to the rich lands of Mexico for another bout of high-octane motorsport mayhem.
Wales Interactive's latest FMV tackles one of the games industry's latest trends: battle royale.
Ubisoft Annecy has delivered an extreme sports open world paradise that is relentlessly fun.
This charming fishing RPG is a reel catch.
It's a great game that's even better than the movies with an amazing story, fun combat and tons of fan-service, but serious technical issues and repetition lessen some of the fun.
Some obvious sacrifices have been made, but it still makes for a solid port overall.
What horrors lurk below the Iraqi mountains in the House of Ashes?
Signal Studios' iconic Xbox Arcade strategy game is back with upgraded visuals and performance.
Violent encounters are nowhere to be found in this colourful puzzle-platformer.
The collection contains three undeniably solid titles, but new additions are lacking here.
You can now experience the anime hit from Japan as a stylish fighting game.
This satirical take on 80s action classics is rife with witty and daft humour.
Does Turtle Rock have anything new to add to the zombie shooter genre?
Guide the string puppet Abby through a riveting tale based in a fairytale world.
Its concept is a solid one, but its execution isn't the smoothest.
Take on Anton Castillo to rid the tropical island of Yara from his oppressive rule.
Remedy's iconic tale is back, but does it stand the test of time?
Unleashed is a visually pleasing and well-crafted micro-sized racer.
It shines as a collection of mini-games, but its story mode is often sadistically difficult.
Tails of Iron is a gorgeous Souls-like that is plagued with a few troubling issues.
Shedworks' gorgeous indie adventure delivers on a genuinely fun world.
Even after more than 20 years, this classic ARPG exudes an uncanny fascination. Now console gamers can finally face the lords of hell too.
Better than FIFA 21, but still very faulty.
This could easily be one of the hottest party games of 2021 (no pun intended).
This year's version of NBA 2K is here, but has the game taken enough steps forward to raise the quality from previous years?
We've taken Glass Bottom Games' avian skater for a spin, and we've got plenty to chirp on about it.
Embrace the shadows in Lince Work's stealth sequel.
This post-apocalyptic shooter draws heavy influence from Metro 2033 and Fallout 4.