The first reactions to Doctor Strange are in, and they’re sounding Marvel-ous!
The sixth time is the charm, as WRC 6 finally nails the winning formula for a properly decent rally game that emphasises accessible fun over unforgiving precision.
Mafia III’s crowning achievements are overshadowed by repetitive mission structures and non-exemplary gameplay mechanics.
Gears of War 4 is finally here, and Alessandro won;t shut up about it. And neither will the rest of the gaming press it seems. Here’s what they have to say.
The Coalition makes a strong debut with Gears of War 4, as they steer the Microsoft franchise into new (if not familiar) territory.
Marvel and Netflix’s latest collaboration mixes unapologetically black superheroics with important real world sociopolitical issues to make for an entertaining and cool, if flawed, hood crime saga
Developer IO Interactive isn’t messing around, as episode five of Hitman is the game at its purest form yet.
We review BioShock: The Collection. Is it worth your money? Absolutely, whether you’re new to the franchise, or a returning veteran.
Fire and Ice just isn’t a good game. While it’s platforming may be mechanically sound, the game just tries to do too much – and fails at most of it. If you’re looking for a return to form for Sonic the Hedgehog, Fire and Ice unfortunately isn’t it.
In what’s a pretty mild refresh, it’s plain to see that the real star of it all is the mobile implantation of Pascal. The 1070 that’s in notebooks is more than capable, able to run just about any game you can throw at it in 1080p at frame rates that would make most desktops feel inadequate
Rise of Iron isn’t a revolutionary upgrade to Destiny, but it is the game at its polished best and a love letter to loyal fans.
It looks like the real winner in this year’s battle between PES and FIFA is fans of football. The loser? Their unfortunate wallets.