Technomancer makes a valiant effort to be the next big open world RPG and comes close to achieving it, but in the end it feels like the developer was trying to fit too many things in to one game.
The isometric, top down shooter perfectly blends the new with the old to deliver a very enjoyable experience.
It has been a long, long time (many years actually) since I played a Carmageddon. I really miss the crazy arcade driving the series is so well known for. Oh, and its insane carnage (see: pedestrian destruction and car combat) too I suppose.
For Honor seems to be making a graceful jump o single-player whole retaining the same amount of duelling tension we fell in love with last year
Mafia III tasks you with not only building your empire within New Orleans, but making sure your friends don’t turn on you in the process.
Watch Dogs 2 is directly fixing the many problems of its predecessor, and it’s shaping up to be a powerful sequel.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is reinventing the wheel, and it’s easily one of the most compelling experinces at E3 this year.
Days Gone is too vague right now to understand, and it’s gameplay alone isn’t enough to sell it.
Microsoft’s intriguing action adventure presents some great ideas, but leaves us wanting in our firsts hands-on with ReCore
Devil May Cry could very well be getting a long overdue sequel, if a slight leak from a resume is to be trusted.
Watch Dogs 2 has been offically revealed, and it’s bringing with it a lot of changes to improve on the first title.
New leaks suggest Watch Dogs will join the pack and get a season pass of its own, which isn’t too surprising