Game Reviews

Kirby Star Allies review – a delightfully detailed throwback • Eurogamer.net

Perhaps the biggest marvel of Kirby Star Allies is that games like this still exist at all. This is an unashamedly old-school platformer,...

Burnout Paradise Remastered review – driving perfection • Eurogamer.net

Maybe it's something about Renderware. It must be, right? 500 Agility Orbs in the Renderware-powered Crackdown, daring you to allow anything else in...

Flinthook review – kinetic platforming that’s perfect for Switch • Eurogamer.net

There's a sort of voodoo pelican guy in Flinthook - I think it's voodoo, and I think it's a pelican. Anyway, this guy...

Warhammer: Vermintide 2 review – a sequel done right • Eurogamer.net

When it comes to tinkering with a game like Vermintide, it's very easy to muddle what made the original work - the video...

Immortal Redneck review – pace and variation make an ancient pleasure...

You hear them before you see them - the awful croaking of the flap-handed poison frogs, the cosmic rattling death-baa of a squat...

TT Isle of Man review

It just shouldn't exist, really. The Isle of Man TT, a yearly event that turns the island's roads into the world's most daunting...

Bravo Team review – an astonishingly bad VR shooter from a...

In Tumble VR and Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, Supermassive Games brought us two highlights of the PSVR's launch line-up . But that...

Where The Water Tastes Like Wine review

The noise of flies fills your ears as you step down from the highway in search of shade. The body of a great...

Moss review – PlayStation VR’s finest game to date • Eurogamer.net

Set in an enchanting, storybook world, Moss is an interactive fairytale of grand adventure, bravery and friendship. Now, that might sound like the...

Into the Breach review – tactical greatness in glorious miniature •...

Considering that Subset's last game, FTL, handed you an entire galaxy to knock about in, Into the Breach might strike you as being...

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