We review Filthy Lucre, a new top-down shooter from UK studio Fabrik Games. It’s an enjoyable experience overall, but it is held back by poor AI and weird design choices.
The Tomorrow Children is definitely a case of style over substance which fails to provide any sort of reason to keep you playing. It’s a chore – and when a game feels like actual work, it’s just not a fun game.
Telltale’s lastest Batman episode trims the fat to produce a more brutal chapter in Bruce Wayne’s world.
Forza Horizon 3 is a truly astonishing game and one that should not only be classified as one of the best driving games available right now, but one of the best games available, period.
Lenovo’s Yoga 900’s hybrid design is still more marketing ploy than genuine and useful innovation, but the improvements made over the last model make it one of the best ultrathin hybrids available.
Comcept’s ReCore kicks off with a glorious sense of adventure and danger. And then it all goes downhill from there.
PES 2017 isn’t just one of the best football games of 2016. It’s quite possibly one of the greatest football games ever made.
Tons of capacity, at fast speeds while being cheaper than the competition. The holy trinity of any PC component.
Champions of Anteria is a dull, repetitive, and inconsistent attempt to make a RTS/MOBA hybrid. The strategy sections of the game feel undercooked to the point of being inconsequential to the rest of the game, while the broken AI and repetitive gameplay of the tactical RPG sections offer little that other games aren’t doing better.
Dragon Quest 7: Fragments of the Forgotten Past is a huge but extremely charming and endearing game and stands as one of the best JRPGs I’ve played on the 3DS.
Worms WMD, a game so much like any other Worms game from Team 17 that I’m not even going to bother writing a proper excerpt for this review.
God Eater 2: Rage Burst is a flawed but ultimately fun and fast-paced monster hunting game that provides some of the most extensive customization options this genre has to offer.