Review Assassin's Creed Odyssey Review
Rick looks back at Bethesda's brightest and breeziest RPG.
Rick investigates whether Star Citizen is shaping up to be a Space Odyssey or a Galactic turkey.
Big, bombastic and bland, the Division is a confused mixture of tactical shooter and MMO design.
Game prices are one of the most common complaints from the community, and one of the most tiresome and wrongheaded.
The Witness is a majestic puzzle box, but those seeking an overarching solution may be disappointed.
Layers of Fear is a smart yet shallow first-person horror.
XCOM 2 verges on perfection, but its brilliance is tarnished by performance issues.
Campo Santo's hotly anticipated hiking sim is here, but will it light Rick's fire or leave him cold?
Crafting has become gaming's most popular trend, but is it really crafting?
Darkest Dungeon is a stylish, innovative roguelike that is simply too gruelling for its own good.
The ground-based prequel to the 1999 classic is a thoroughly entertaining RTS.
Dragon's Dogma is a thrilling RPG, but not without its idiosyncrasies.
Personal, affecting, and flawed, That Dragon Cancer is an unflinching meditation upon illness, death, and hope.
Rick makes another round of highly scientific predictions for the coming gaming year.
A brilliant, brutal cooperative shooter, Helldivers is a madcap masterpiece from the creators of Magicka.
Dirt Rally is a laser-focussed simulation that is as tough as it is thrilling.
Life is Feudal has grand ambitions , but is ultimately betrayed by its own dire systems.
Siege is a fantastic tactical shooter...provided you've got a team that understands tactics.
Rick and Jake jump in their chAT-chAT Walker and set their sights on DICE's multiplayer shooter.
How does Monolith's spectacular shooter hold up a decade since release?
Bethesda's latest open world is a delight to explore, but clunky systems dampen the experience.
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?