It might lack innovation, but it's still a solid racer at its core.
San Diego Studios swings the bat on both PlayStation and Xbox for the first time, but is it a homerun or straight into a triple play?
After a weekend featuring a ton of People Can Fly's latest title, we've pulled together our thoughts.
Its disastrous demo only signalled the start of its problems.
Leave the glistening shores of the Golden Isle behind in favour of the lush lands to the East.
Hazelight is back with another co-op focused adventure.
Wrap up the Slayer Saga as you take the fight to the Dark Lord's doorstep.
This stunning hand-penciled horror is the product of just one single developer.
Tarsier Studios has defied the odds and delivered a superior sequel.
The definitive way to play one of 2019's best games.
Bloober Team has delivered the first must-have Xbox Series title.
IO Interactive is looking to conclude the World of Assassination trilogy with a bang.
It may not have been the sequel we were asking for, but is it still worth checking out?
We ventured back to the 1930s and went out looking for our missing husband.
Panic Button has worked its magic once more and has brought one of the year's finest shooters to the Nintendo Switch.
We head back to the icy glaciers of Europa, for our final review of the Destiny 2: Beyond Light expansion.
Graphics have improved, but that's about it.
Ubisoft's premier tactical shooter received the next-gen treatment and now, it's looking better than ever on the new hardware.
The two classic puzzle franchises have collided once more, but does the sequel add enough to warrant your attention?
Head to Night City to explore the bustling world of CD Projekt Red's Cyberpunk 2077.
We head to the court to try the next generation of sports games.
We have soared through the sky in Immortals: Fenyx Rising, but were we able to reach the gaming heavens, or did the game ultimately crash and burn like poor Icarus?
We took a spin on Planet Coaster: Console Edition to see whether it was worth the price of admission.
Take over the coaches seat and set your sights on glory.
We check out the Chinese one-man project Bright Memory to see if it has anything to offer next-gen gamers.
The colourful bricks are back, with the opportunity to play with friends and strangers.
With the next generation of consoles finally here, Bloober Team has gone back and touched-up an old classic.
The Falconeer recently swooped into action on PC and Xbox and we took it out for a test flight.
While it delivers a fantastic story, it's obvious that the multiplayer needed more time in the oven if you wanted something new and different.
Capcom's first step into next-gen may or may not be what people expect from them.
This Viking saga is probably Ubisoft's best work in years.
Harmonix has remixed the rhythm genre with its latest showstopper Fuser.
We take a look at how the turn-based title is holding up on Microsoft's flagship console.
It's finally time to live as a Yakuza gangster again, this time with a completely new fighting system.
The off-road racing series makes its next-gen debut, but sadly, due to a series of shortcomings, it's not the experience we were hoping for.
"Watch Dogs: Legion is a really entertaining game that takes place in a fantastic environment and it constantly makes me want to come back for more."
"This DLC builds on the fantastic combat systems that makes this rebooted Doom series great, and for me that's all I really need."
"It might be frustrating, but at the same time, the sheer amount of content and the feel of the bikes is simply fantastic."
"FIFA 20 already had some problems, but the situation has worsened dramatically with FIFA 21."
"I really appreciated the three-episode formula, as it concentrates the experience without diluting things too much."
"It delivers one of the best stories of this generation, one that can keep up with the most iconic storylines in the Marvel universe."
"It's a really good game that mixes WRC 7 with WRC 8 and peppers it with a little bit of Richard Burns Rally to create a really tasty main course."
"Tell Me Why has turned out to be a fascinating game: it touches delicate topics with great elegance and it's difficult not to be enthralled by the exciting story of Ronan twins."
"If the teams jousting are good enough, it looks less like a standard firefight, and more like a futuristic Harry Potter duel."