Quantum Break is a fantastic game with killer gameplay and an interesting story featuring great characters. The flashy combat is Remedy doing what it does best. It definitely falls into the “must play” category.
The Division does a lot of things right, looks gorgeous and is super addictive. It might be too early to tell if the game has legs to stay relevant in the long run, but it is still recommended wholeheartedly.
Judged on its own merits, Anno 2205 is a pretty decent strategy game. It plays well and looks amazing. However, when compared with the rest of the series, it feels like a step back.
Anno 2205 is shaping up to be a legitimate contender for one of the best strategy titles on PC. In many ways, it is the update the series has needed for a long time.
Stasis manages to entertain, disturb, challenge and disgust with equal measure. The story stumbles and some puzzles are tedious, but it is one hell of a scary experience and unlike any other recent horror game.
The Taken King breathes new life into the troubled franchise. It adds a ton of new content and brings some much needed changes. In many ways it is what Destiny should have been in the first place, it’s just a bit unfortunate that it took a year to get there.
The best parts of Avalanche’s Just Cause games combined with Mad Max’s crazy universe – a game that’s gorgeous to look at and tremendously fun to play.
A gorgeous world to explore, an amazingly well-written and well-acted story, and addictive gameplay. The Witcher 3 is truly a landmark game – a gold standard for RPGs and open-world games alike.
Outlast stands out from other horror games with its impeccable atmosphere and a lingering sense of dread throughout.
The Bureau: XCOM Declassified is an interesting companion piece to the other line of XCOM games, but not something you need to rush out and buy.
While the story won’t win many hearts, the varied missions and loads of customisation options will surely have you swarming back for more.
Right up there among the likes of Braid, Shadow Complex and Limbo, Bastion is a downloadable title that simply deserves to be played by every self-respecting gamer.
Hunted offers a surprisingly enjoyable co-operative experience, but some questionable design choices and the bland visuals prevent it from being a whole-hearted recommendation.
This grand sequel to the cult hit RPG is an immensely satisfying experience.
PS3 folks might have to wait a bit longer to experience the world of The Witcher
We finally review Splash Damage’s much-delayed multi-player shooter.
Crysis’ hotly anticipated console debut aims for maximum satisfaction.
The sequel to one of the best RPGs of this generation.
Visceral Games pulls out all the stops.
If you have been itching for more old West adventuring after finishing Red Dead Redemption, think no further. Getting this DLC is a no-brainer; pun intended.
With a fleshed out story and more memorable levels, Kane & Lynch 2 could have been a much better experience. It stands now as a game you could borrow for a day and be done with it before lunch.
This is a game simply every PC gamer must play. Even if you have never played an RTS, this is the best place to start. Even if you do not like RTS, give it a try; you may be a changed gamer after it.
There are some things the game does rather well. The RPG elements are sound, the story is interesting, the writing is solid, and the dialog system is excellent. Unfortunately, the gameplay itself is a mixed bag. That, along with the unimpressive visuals, will constantly find a way of getting in the way of your enjoyment.
Minor flaws aside, Resonance of Fate is a highly enjoyable RPG that every fan of the genre must try. It has some very cool ideas and a great battle system that is as fun as to play as it is to look at. Most importantly, it feels like playing a proper RPG, complete with tons of side quests and loads of customisation.