Review Northgard Review
Northgard is a quietly brilliant Viking-themed RTS.
Fatshark's sequel is a much improved - although still flawed - cooperative action game.
Rick looks at two upcoming indie FPS games with their heads trapped firmly in 1996.
Rust is the ultimate survival challenge, if not the best survival game.
Warhammer II's colourful new races and smart innovations make it the biggest and boldest Total War yet.
Project Cars 2 offers a massive vehicular toybox, let down by inconsistencies and a litany of small errors.
Echo is a conceptually fascinating game spoiled by an overly formulaic structure.
Divinity: Original Sin II is the finest RPG since the Witcher 3.
Despite some bold ideas and one exceptional level, Death of the Outsider is an uneven finale for the current series.
Absolver is a decent martial arts game wrapped in a framework that doesn't really fit.
An expansion turned standalone adventure, The Lost Legacy proves itself a worthy entry in the Uncharted series.
Nidhogg 2 refreshes the formula of the comic multiplayer dueller, although it ultimately fails to improve upon it.
Dark and distressing yet hugely rewarding, Hellblade is a powerful and absorbing masterclass in virtual empathy.
Tacoma is a short, sharp and soulful space-station exploration game.
Rick returns to No Man's Sky to explore how a year's worth of updates have changed the game.
Is Behold the Kickmen a smashing send-up of football, or will it simply be sent-off?
The End Is Nigh is a clever spin on Super Meat Boy's ultra-challenging platforming.
Rick explores Klei Entertainment's gaseous colony sim.
Gaming needs to stops pushing franchises to exhaustion and let new ideas blossom.
Rick charts the highs and lows of this year's E3 convention.
Broader and more accessible than Dirt Rally, Dirt 4 is a superb off-road racer.
The Long Journey Home is a potentially great space roguelike let down by terrible controls.
Spectacular and tactically rewarding, Rising Storm 2 is perhaps too demanding for its own good.
Danger Zone is a deliciously destructive evolution of Burnout's crash mode.
It may be seven years late, but Vanquish is still a thrilling and subversive cover-shooter.
Torn Banner's follow-up to Chivalry is lacking the magic.
Perception is a smart, emotive horror game that encourages you to look beyond the obvious.
Deck13 takes Dark Souls into the future. But does it have that same spark, or has it blown a fuse?
Outlast 2 ups the intensity of the original but loses something in the process.