Review No Man's Sky Next: A Dramatically Improved Adventure
The NEXT Generation.
A vast and sumptuous medieval RPG, albeit one that lacks the polish and brains of its contemporaries.
A pixel-platformer with admirable intent, Celeste's innovation is sadly only skin-deep.
Rick braves the depths of Unknown World's aquatic survival sim, and discovers a pearl of a game lurking beneath the waves.
Rick goes rummaging through the Christmas leftovers and finds an amusing, if somewhat wobbly, multiplayer brawler.
PUBG finally releases from Early Access.
Beautifully drawn and incredibly clever, Gorogoa is the best puzzle game in years.
Hello Neighbor's fantastic premise is let down by shoddy execution.
Ode is a musical platformer that's short on length but big on joy.
A thrilling and spectacular superhero simulator, Megaton Rainfall is let down by its massive unrealised potential.
The Dealer returns in this larger, more varied sequel to Defiant Development's innovative RPG.
TT Games' Lego franchise thunders on, bringing a host of Marvel characters into an open-world adventure.
Rick looks back at BioWare's landmark series a decade on from release.
Star Wars: Battlefront II takes two steps forward and two steps back.
Nioh is a challenging action-RPG with some of the best melee combat in gaming.
More football. More management. What's not to like?
Another year, another Call of Duty. Does this one manage to impress?
Wolfenstein II retains all the Nazi-killing madness of its predecessor, as well as all the problems.
Walk like an Egyptian in Ubisoft's triumphant Assassin's Creed return.
High Hell is high speed, high energy and high fun. High time for a review, then.
South Park: The Fractured but Whole is Ubisoft's latest RPG. Does it cut the mustard or the cheese?
The Evil Within 2 is a safe yet considerably improved sequel.
The best third-person shooter based on a 2000 AD property from 2006 returns, but has it stood up to the test of time?
Shadow of War retains all that was great about the original but also makes the same mistakes.
Like a deal with the devil, Cuphead seems like a tempting prospect but gives little in return for what it asks of you.