The latest RPG from Spiders is a big improvment on previous games, but still lacks a central spark.
Crytek's multiplayer shooter offers the tension of Battle Royale but in a more thoughtful and flexible format.
Beautiful, thought-provoking, and oodles of Locust-smashing fun.
Rick explores the universe of No Man's Sky once more, assessing the new Beyond update.
A slick and trimmed-down space-sim, Rebel Galaxy Outlaw is enjoyable, although it doesn't add much that's new.
Despite a tedious opening section, Remnant proves itself a thoroughly entertaining loot-based shooter.
Remedy's latest game is one of the year's best, even if its checkpointing occasionally takes the hiss.
Rick runs down the most underused mechanics in gaming.
As Control nears launch, Rick looks back at Remedy Entertainment's troubled, fascinating magnum-opus.
Oculus' wireless headset is a massive step forward for VR gaming, even if it's a little low on the power side.
MachineGames teams up with Arkane to produce a scintillating cooperative shooter, despite a few rough edges.
Rick counts down the best Cyberpunk games to ever hack into a PC.
Epic's approach to bringing in customers may be blunt, but having a direct competitor to Steam is a good thing for PC gaming.
John Romero's unofficial fifth episode to The Ultimate Doom shows the veteran designer can still rip and tear with the best of them.
My Friend Pedro has an appealing concept, but does it pull it off without slipping up?
Channel the soul of a heretic in this scintillating fantasy FPS.
Explore derelict spaceships and fight extremely British mutants in this comic sci-fi adventure.
Sometimes bigger isn't necessarily better, as this astonishing, bite-size space-simulator shows.
Rick rounds up all the major announcements from this year's E3.
Three Kingdoms is the most ambitious historical Total War in years, but can it pull its ideas off?
Counting down the top role-playing games of the last decade.
Is this remaster of the classic FPS A+ or B-?
September 16 2019 | 14:00
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