Lumo is a charming throwback to the isometric arcade adventure games of the 1980s, but is held back by its short length and some frustrating platforming sections.
Fallout 4’s Far Harbor DLC offers 15 hours of content that improves on the core game’s storytelling, but introduces a new puzzle mechanic that may scare away the purists.
Loot Crate is back again with its April 2016 installment of the popular subscription service. How did they do this time, and what’s it got to do with video games?
The Banner Saga 2 is a must-have for fans of Stoic’s acclaimed original RPG, continuing the series with an equally strong narrative, beautiful visuals, and addictive combat.
The rebooted take on DOOM is a visually impressive and chaotically-paced affair that stands out amongst a sea of other FPS titles, but it’s not without its monotonous moments.
Homefront: The Revolution is a mediocre FPS that squanders an intriguing concept, but worst of all the game is not fun to play and overwrought with repetition.
The latest Art Academy title arrives, throwing in the ability to draw iconic Disney characters. It’s a solid and soothing way to kill time, but is a little basic in its delivery.
Duelyst combines addictive, turn-based gameplay with a collect-them-all card game mentality to great effect, all wrapped up in solid visuals and free-to-play mechanics.
Battleborn has a strong cast of characters and exciting action, but suffers from a lack of content, frustrating server issues, and some questionable design choices.
Uncharted 4 sees Naughty Dog push the bar for excellence to a new height, with stunning visuals, next-level character work, and one of the best games of this generation.
Back in 1995 is a game that aims to make gamers feel like it was 1995 again, and while it succeeds in garnering a retro aesthetic, it falls far short everywhere else.
There are some things to like about Party Hard, but overall, the game feels like a half-baked experience that doesn’t evolve beyond its basic premise.
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.