The PS5 is a bold departure from the PS4 and brings plenty of new ideas to set the stage for a new generation of gaming.
A bright and cheerful colour palette, robust combat mechanics and clever puzzles make Immortals: Fenyx Rising a refreshing new IP that will appeal to gamers of all ages.
Dirt 5 is not to be missed. It’s the arcade racing game you’ve been waiting for, and there’s genuinely nothing quite like it out there.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla doesn't deviate from the formula we've seen over the past 3 years, but if you can look past that and are not burnt out by now, you'll enjoy Valhalla.
Even on current-gen hardware, Miles Morales delivers.
Watch Dogs Legion does so many things right, but stumbles with repetition and standard quest design
There’s little new to speak of outside FUT, but changes to the overall gameplay are welcome and, on the whole, make FIFA 21 a superior game.
I’m glad I found the city of Lost Heaven
More of a missed opportunity than a clean slate
We knew PES 2021 was an update to PES 2020, but are there enough updates to justify a purchase?
New refinements go a long way towards making UFC 4 a more accessible and fun game, without diluting the experience for serious fans.
Ghost of Tsushima distinguishes itself from the crowd with its stunning rendition of feudal Japan, challenging combat and drop dead gorgeous visuals that look like a painting come to life.
The hype is real; The Last of Us 2 is a stellar swansong for the PS4.
Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts puts you in the shoes of a gun-for-hire known as “Seeker”. Seeker sets off to Siberia to pull of a few assassinations and earn his daily bread. On his travels, he uncovers a poorly written storyline that’s something about Siberia getting its independence from Russia, only to find out they’re being run by goons who are far worse than their old government. Goes to show that politicians and goons are equally bad, so trust no one but your trusty head-poppin’ sniper rifle. That’s about all I got from the uninteresting cutscenes between missions. The story in my opinion, should have been this; you’re a guy who loves shooting stuff from far away. You love your little shooty stick and the money that you get from shooting things for people allows you to buy upgrades to become better at shooting things from like, really really far away. With record breaking low expectations, I set foot into the first mission. The blizzard worn landscape of the desolate tundra definitely made for a rather unlikely setting for sniping. With low visibility (thanks to the constant snow storms), most of the first few bits of the game played out in…
Even with some cut-backs, this may be the best way to play Resident Evil 5 on console
The latest Need for Speed is an unexpected return to form for the series.
Hideo Kojima’s brainchild is as pleasurable as it is painful. Is it right for you though?
Run and gun, camp, spawn and peek, killstreaks and frags. That’s the Call of Duty experience most of the fan base have fallen in love with. This one promises all of that, and more.
A stylish option for gaming on the go, but what about performance?
A brand new indie RPG that's a worthy contender for RPG of the Year.
A technical miracle that allows for 2015's gigantic award-winning RPG to be played on the go.
A reboot of a 2008 classic, but not quite relevant in 2019.
A beautiful and thoroughly entertaining 2.5D puzzle platformer that's best played with friends.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint is a robust, and satisfying open-world tactical shooter that's held back by technical issues.