Game Reviews

Pokmon Let’s Go review – an assured balancing act for fans...

Over time, Pokmon games have developed themselves a bit of a conundrum. These are family games, bright and inviting and unquestionably filled with...

Spyro Reignited Trilogy review – a gorgeous remaster that’s perhaps a...

It's 9 o'clock on a Sunday evening, and after what feels like hours of grinding, I'm seconds from throwing down my controller in...

Tetris Effect review – the eternal puzzler reimagined on a truly...

Timeless, immediately compelling and utterly without mercy, Tetris has always been a game about what isn't there - or rather a game about...

Hitman 2 review – a surgical to the point of slender...

In a characteristically indirect show of political engagement, I spent much of this week's US mid-term elections wandering around Whittleton Creek, Hitman 2's...

the latest, quietest hardware revision • Eurogamer.net

Two years on from its initial launch and PlayStation 4 Pro has been quietly tweaked once again, with new hardware that sees Sony...

The Quiet Man review – a juvenile, incompetent embarrassment • Eurogamer.net

It's hard to know where to start with this misbegotten game, a short interactive drama with a deaf protagonist and live-action sequences that...

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 review: a good GPU

It's weeks on from the launch of RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti and despite the lack of any games that utilise Nvidia's...

Grip: Combat Racing review – unrefined tribute to cult racer Rollcage...

It's a marvel of modern video game economics that 'spiritual successors' have gone from game-forum daydreams to a viable cottage industry. Fuelled by...

The Jackbox Party Pack 5 review

The pizzas are in the oven. The beers are fresh out the fridge. Some of us have even remembered to charge our phones....

Football Manager 2019 review – rare blip in form for a...

Sometimes - and I promise it's never for very long - I wonder why I like Football Manager. It's tempting to draw the...

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