Motocross, with its windy tracks, big jumps and the close-quarters action, has been begging for a thrilling racing game. This isn't it.
A unique third-person action game that challenges you at every turn, Control is definitely worth picking up.
The closest you’ll get to “Dark Souls with guns”.
Even if you’re not a hardcore Marvel fan, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black order offers enough personality and solid gameplay to keep you interested,
Trials Rising is a great physics based racer that has very good level deisgn, addictive core gameplay, and a nice soundtrack but one that is let down by a few issues.
Stellaris: Console Edition is yet another excellent port from Tantalus bringing another superb Paradox Interactive release to PS4 and Xbox One that plays brilliantly but is held back by a few flaws.
Steins;Gate Elite is a fantastic experience and the best visual novel available on the Switch.
Crackdown 3 has been a long time coming and the campaign delivers a fun experience for fans looking for a nice city to explore and loads of things to do while the multiplayer is a mess.
Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! builds on the original in almost every way and while it lacks some of the charm, it is well worth playing in its PS4 incarnation that has all the content from the PC version.
Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is an excellent blend of flight simulation and combat with an interesting story held back by a few annoyances but one that is perfect for newcomers to the franchise.
Onimusha: Warlords sees Capcom dig deep into its back catalogue but the result is a remaster of a game that is well worth playing today even with the lack of new content additions.
Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition is a great way to get into the Tales franchise and a damn fine JRPG that every fan of the genre should play for the superb cast of characters and their interactions throughout the story.
Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection is a great collection of rhythm games for fans of the Persona franchise but one that should'be been a bit cheaper considering the amount of content in each new game.
Fallout 76 had a lot of potential but it is not worth getting at all in its current state with horrible performance, loads of bugs, and boring quest design.
HITMAN 2 is exactly what a sequel to the fantastic HITMAN (2016) should have been and so much more.
Diablo III: Eternal Collection for Switch is an excellent port of a game that is perfect for the Switch with a plethora of co-op options both local and online making wonderful use of the Switch exclusive features.
Fire Pro Wrestling World isn't perfect but it is a damn fine wrestling game and the best one available on current generation systems.
WWE 2K19 is finally a wrestling game that can be recommended to new and old school fans of the WWE with only a few things holding it back.
Mega Man 11 is a great way to get into one of Capcom's most beloved franchises with varied level design, great boss fights, accessibility options, and only a few flaws.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey builds on everything introduced in Assassin's Creed Origins to result in a much more competent action RPG in a world that is a joy to explore.
Forza Horizon 4 is a fantastic racing game that everyone on Windows 10 and Xbox One needs to buy.
Capcom Beat 'Em Up Bundle is a good collection of some beat 'em up classics that is let down by a terrible online experience and a lack of visual options for emulation.
Valkyria Chronicles 4 is a glorious return to form for SEGA's Valkyria Chronicles franchise after a few missteps along the way and an essential purchase for Switch owners.
Hearthstone: The Boomsday Project is a welcome expansion to Hearthstone with some great new cards and the addition of my favourite pieces of singleplayer content the game has seen so far.