Review Northgard Review
Northgard is a quietly brilliant Viking-themed RTS.
Fatshark's sequel is a much improved - although still flawed - cooperative action game.
The FTL follow-up is finally here, and Into the Breach's mech battling is sublime.
Jake blasts his way through this Hotline Miami-esque stealth-action hybrid and reports back.
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.
Visually stunning and effectively creepy, Little Nightmares is too short and simple to have impact.
Kona is an exciting step forward for detective games, although it falls just short of greatness.
Boasting incredible art design and an eerie atmosphere, Tölva is let down by shallow systems.
Snake Pass boasts an incredibly innovative movement system but fails to make the most of it.
Thimbleweed Park is a fine facsimile of classic adventures, let down by lacklustre characters.
Mass Effect's move to a new galaxy proves to be a difficult transition.
One of the strangest shooters ever made, how does Stalker hold up a decade on?
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The spiritual successor to Planescape Torment is stylish, sumptuous, and wickedly strange.
For Honor sports a superb combat system, but its steel doesn't always get the chance to shine.
Can Rebellion hit the bullseye with its latest sharpshooting offering?
Despite the title, A New Frontier does little to move Telltale's flagship series forward.
While it looks the part, Assassin's Creed takes itself far, far too seriously.
Rick and Jake count down their favourite games of the last twelve months.
Rick went to Wargaming Fest in Russia and came back with a few stories to tell.
Square Enix's epic road-trip adventure is let down by an outdated open-world.
Boasting an incredible toolset, Planet Coaster is restricted from greatness by a humdrum simulation.
Though flawed, Tyranny offers a gripping story and a fascinating depiction of evil.
Arkane's landmark immersive sim returns better than ever.
Does Call of Duty's launch into space mark one giant leap or another step backward?
Rick reflects on the second and best of the Tomb Raider reboots.