Game Reviews

Rage 2 review – sparkling combat is let down by a...

For all its promise of anarchic mayhem and its striking punk palette, Rage 2 is a surprisingly vanilla experience. Though on paper it...

Total War: Three Kingdoms review

Let me just say this: I am an absolute sucker for a big idea. A grand philosophy, or some big unifying theory of...

A Plague Tale: Innocence review

Children struggling to right a world wrecked by the old is a popular theme nowadays, within video games and beyond them. Asobo's often-magnificent...

Shakedown: Hawaii review – crime and capitalism in a sunny open...

Shakedown: Hawaii is the latest game from Brian Provinciano, whose previous work, Retro City Rampage, de-made GTA for the era of 8-bit consoles...

Detective Pikachu review – warm, fuzzy, but just a little too...

I had fun watching Detective Pikachu, a fuzzy, endearingly slimy first crack at a live action-animation hybrid from the Pokmon Company. It was...

Mortal Kombat 11 review – the complete package marred by a...

There's so much to love about Mortal Kombat 11, a kind of Mortal Kombat greatest hits package and certainly NetherRealm's best-playing fighting game...

Aggelos review – a brilliant if brief 2D platformer • Eurogamer.net

You've probably played a game like Aggelos before. ...

World War Z review – a schlocky, slim Left 4 Dead-a-like...

Let me come clean first: I've never read World War Z the book, or watched World War Z the film. Mainly because I...

It’s Groundhog Day with a sword • Eurogamer.net

The thing that Katana Zero really shares with Hotline Miami, over and above the publisher, the super-violence, the story of drug-addled killers, the...

Imperator: Rome review – a smart grand strategy that lacks the...

What is it about the Roman empire that makes it so enduringly fascinating, when other historical empires eclipse it in so many ways?...

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