Drinkbox Studios’ Severed is a touch-based action RPG with an interesting premise, incredible visuals, and fun gameplay that simply overstays its welcome a little.
The season finale of The Walking Dead: Michonne brings the series to an exciting conclusion, but does it do Robert Kirkman’s character justice? Read on to find out.
Ratchet and Clank makes the rest of the current-gen remasters looks lazy by rebuilding the original game from the ground up and delivering a hilarious adventure full of enormous guns.
Star Fox Zero reunites gamers with its beloved cast of characters, and although it’s not always a smooth flight, there’s a lot to love about this new take on a familiar formula.
Enter the Gungeon is a charming bullet hell/roguelike hybrid that manages to balance the best elements of both its genre influences while carving out an identity of its own.
Bravely Second: End Layer isn’t quite the innovative powerhouse its predecessor was, but offers a more refined experience that learns from Bravely Default’s mistakes.
Dark Souls 3 doesn’t win over fans who didn’t already enjoy the painfully difficult franchise, but it puts some challenging new twists on the tried and true combat system.
Quantum Break pushes the third-person genre through a star-studded cast and time-bending gameplay, although it lacks the replay value that many may have hoped for.
The second episode of The Walking Dead: Michonne continues where the first episode left off, but delivers less of a consistent experience than the season premiere.
Game Rant takes an in-depth look at the products on offer in the March edition of the popular Loot Crate subscription system and if the classic option still appeals to gamers.
Fallout 4’s first DLC, Automatron, is robot centric and although it doesn’t pack as many new quests as consumers may hope, it more than makes up for it with the robot workbench.
Stormfall: Age of War brings plenty of longevity to the crowded web-based PVP strategy game market, though a pay-to-win aspect of the game raises concerns.
Into The Stars offers up a slow-paced but atmospheric space-themed survival sim, combining the gameplay elements of The Oregon Trail and Civilization with roguelike mechanics.
Hyrule Warriors Legends is a worthy port of the original The Legend of Zelda spin-off, allowing fans to take the game with them on the go – with a few noteworthy additions.
The remaster of 1993’s Day of the Tentacle adds new graphics and a great commentary track to one of the most beloved adventure games from the genre’s golden age.
Ska Studios’ Salt and Sanctuary is obvious about trying to emulate Dark Souls, but offers enough deep gameplay and beautiful aesthetic to stand tall on its own.
Square Enix and IO Interactive’s new take on Hitman successfully blends the qualities that made the game famous with some modern innovations and remarkable detail.
Horror-themed FPS Chasing Dead suffers from a lack of all-round polish, resulting in sluggish and sometimes confusing gameplay and awkward graphical issues.
Pokken Tournament is the first Pokemon-focused fighting game ever released, but the final product feels more like a barebones offering rather than a fleshed out product.