All texts by Roy Woodhouse
"There's so much to do in this game that you could probably sink a fair few hours into it."
"It offers plenty of challenge, gives you a story to think about, and is well worth spending the time it asks you to invest."
"It was a deep and meaningful story that made us think, and we considered our actions and our words carefully."
"Increase your speed and you'll burn more fuel. Slow down and you run the risk of starvation, even leading to cannibalism."
"The story and the characters are well-crafted, and the dialogue is pretty witty."
"All in all, this is a pretty solid RPG, as there's a shedload of content to get your teeth into, and it's really deep in its lore."
"If you could play an Aldous Huxley novel, Daedalic Entertainment's State of Mind would be it."
"A rich and compelling experience that will keep you entertained for hours on end, if you're willing to invest the time and learn."
"The tasks and individual stories are involving and the graphics and sound set the tempo perfectly."
"Playniac has created a very fun pick-up-and-play title here, one that is bright and colourful to behold."
"You become a one-man army, planting and detonating explosives, all the while gunning down EDF troopers left, right, and centre."
"After careful consideration, we have decided to endorse this park."
What's the fallout from this going to be?
Legends are on the cards.
"With Xbox One players getting Sea of Thieves for some multiplayer teamwork, Alliance might have come at just the right time."
"While at times it can be pretty atmospheric, the pacing can be too slow and certain missions can feel drawn out."
"It'll provide you with a fair few hours of good wholesome side-scrolling fun."
"We did at times get stressed when we couldn't defeat some of the harder enemies, but never did it stop us from going again."
"It's easy to pick up and play, but if you're looking for something that has a little more depth, then maybe look elsewhere."
"The final outing in the Mysterious trilogy wraps things up with a nice story, but it doesn't significantly build on the changes made in the previous games."
"Even the most die-hard of Beast Quest readers will be quite disappointed."
"It's a very open experience with lots of things to discover and plenty to do."
"It's worth a punt if you like titles that require a bit of brain power, but not so much challenge that you need to be Einstein in order to progress."
"Survive is good, but certain features combined with the messy divorce with Kojima really has tainted it for some fans."
"It isn't going to bring back retro gaming, but it will keep you laughing and entertained for a couple of hours."