Game Reviews

Dragon Quest 11: Echoes of an Elusive Age review

You don't really play a Dragon Quest game for surprises. This is a series built on tradition - and on traditions that you...

The Persistence review – a tense Sci-Fi Roguelike that’s perfect for...

I've always found good horror games to be the most immersive of all virtual experiences. A strong dose of terror laser-focuses your attention...

We Happy Few review – a rich and dizzying social satire...

For a British person of a certain age, playing We Happy Few is like being spoonfed your own sick. I intend this entirely...

Yoku’s Island Express review – a pinball/platforming hybrid that works brilliantly...

You could probably build a fairly tedious argument around the premise that video games have two key parental figures. There's pen-and-paper RPGs on...

Sushi Striker review – fantastic puzzler proves that not everything’s better...

In all the excitement around the Switch's first year, it's been easy to lose sight of what's been lost now that Nintendo has...

Yakuza 6 review – a new beginning and a fitting end...

One of the many enduring myths in modern games is that Sega's a spent force, its days producing brash and brazen blockbusters well...

F1 2018 review – marginal gains make for Codemasters’ best F1...

Strip a modern F1 car of all of its sponsorship decals, goes the well-worn saying I've been guilty of bandying around myself, and...

Bomber Crew review – a chaotic strategy game that can be...

By the time I reach the seventh and final critical mission of Bomber Crew, I know this is a one way trip. ...

Yakuza Kiwami 2 review – a stylish and fun if overly...

To talk about Yakuza Kiwami 2 is to look at the game through three lenses. For some, it's a remake of a game...

For the King review – a roguelike RPG that is as...

Bold and bright, stuffed with charm and whimsy, For the King is gorgeous. And its beguiling world is all a little misleading. Yes,...

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