The latest iteration
of the Ghost Recon series brings back tactical, squad based action, puts a huge
emphasis on co-op, and adds complex weapons customization. Find out what we
thought of the futuristic shooter in our review…
Find out if Sam Fisher's latest outing is more Conviction or Chaos Theory in our review...
One of gaming's original treasure hunters gets her an origin story reboot. How does Lara Croft's latest adventure fare? Find out in our review...
Games’ hack-and-slash RPG sequel adds co-op play and lots of
atmospheric outdoor environments to its already-addicting, loot-tastic
formula. Prepare to lose hours of your life to this fantastic
Snow: sportiest of all precipitation. In snow the rich and the brave don skin-tight ski suits and race at life-retarding speeds down the side of a frozen mountain.
It's Torino's mission to convey some of that excitement to our plump desktop-bound bodies, without endangering limbs or wallets.
The problem is, Torino lacks the consistent vigour required of a decent sports game. Winter sports are nothing if not vigorous, and Torino fails to convey the knee-exploding viscera of a number of
Whether it's to the credit of either Depp or Disney, the game market is currently inundated with swashbuckling capers, usually of the budget variety. Just type in the word "Pirates" into our search engine to see what resembles a peg-legged renaissance, the likes of which this country hasn't seen since matinee heydays of the sixties and seventies. Though very few have received much critical praise, there seems to be some demand for high seas adventure.
And if you've read this far into the
Total War: Rome II brings The Creative Assembly back to its most popular setting. How does it come together? Find out in our review...
In all its many incarnations, the Total War series has never been known to have much of a gentle learning curve. Micromanaging entire civilizations and conducting massive armies comprising a few thousand warriors in staggering real-time battles always seems a daunting task until you spend enough time in the fray to sort all the little details out. What’s cool about Total War: Shogun 2 is the way it simultaneously brings the series back to its roots and streamlines some of the game’s inane complexities without sacrificing all the depth hardcore strategy geeks get all hot and sexy for...
Seconds don’t count. A second is an eternity. It’s the ticks in the middle that make the difference. Every corner in TrackMania, every slight twitch of the controls, can potentially drop a perfect run into a searing abyss of failure and humiliation, leaving you tearing off your clothes, smearing the blood of a freshly killed sacrificial hamster across your chest, and leaping out in front of traffic in penitence for your crime. Or
Transformers return in the direct sequel to High Moon Studio’s Transformers:
War for Cybertron. Read our full impressions of the game in our review…