Review Jurassic World Evolution Review
Prey: Mooncrash is an interesting if rather confused experiment in immersive sim design.
Anno 2205 is an elegant city-builder let down by several irritating flaws.
Fatshark's ratty take on the Left4Dead formula is sporadically fun but ultimately inferior.
Dontnod's tale of time-travelling teenagers is one of the year's most pleasant surprises.
Rick sets sail in search of a verdict on Wargaming's latest multiplayer shooter.
Is the Force strong with DICE's multiplayer shooter, or does it fall to the dull side?
Prison Architect is a deep, entertaining, and occasionally disturbing management sim.
This globetrotting adventure is one of the finest examples of interactive fiction going.
Rick braves the darkened streets of downtown to bring you a verdict on Skylines' first expansion.
Rick delves beneath the surface of Frictional's latest horror game.
The Witcher 3 and Metal Gear Solid V have raised the bar for the open world genre.
Mad Max's open world is brilliantly realised, but it proves to be a wasted land.
Will players flock to VogelSap's asymmetrical multiplayer game, or have the developers flocked it?
The multi-platform release of Ubisoft's survival shooter is a functional port of a brilliant game.
Volume is a loving homage to stealth games that doesn't quite live up to its idols.
Is Studio Wildcard's dinosaur survival game Jurassic larks or a world better off lost?
Cradle boasts a brilliant and detailed world, but fails to do much interesting with it.
Size Five's procedurally generated criminal caper is a thrilling blend of risk and reward.
We count down the best games about fencing and fisticuffs in existence.
Jordan Thomas' game dev send-up is a midsummer highlight.
F1 2015 is a better drive than previous years, but a lesser racing experience overall.
Rocksteady's final Batman game is a fitting conclusion to the series.
Pretty environments and a big name actor can't rescue Kholat from its dreadful design.
All the action from this year's E3 - the conferences, the games, the highs and lows.
Nintendo's vibrant shooter isn't perfect, but it's the smartest take on the genre in years.
CD Projekt's masterful RPG raises the bar for the genre.