Civilization VI is by far the best installment the franchise has seen to date, and it’s all because the game is more logical and intuitive.
Batman: Return to Arkham may hold up in the gameplay department, but its mixed bag of visuals are something else entirely.
We’ve been putting FIFA 17 through its paces and while it’s a good game, it’s still a little off the mark.
The sixth time is the charm, as WRC 6 finally nails the winning formula for a properly decent rally game that emphasises accessible fun over unforgiving precision.
XCOM 2 manages to improve on the near non-existent shortcomings of its predecessor, while adding an engrossing sense of urgency to its turn-based combat.
Rhythm Heaven Megamix has fun gameplay, catchy music, unique visuals, a colourful cast, tons of content and onions with facial hair. What else could you really ask for in a game?
Rise of the Tomb Raider’s definitive edition on PS4 is a solid version of a fantastic game that fans can be excited to play. While the DLC offers some excellent bonus content, the star is still the core gameplay experience.
Mafia III’s crowning achievements are overshadowed by repetitive mission structures and non-exemplary gameplay mechanics.
Expensive, beautiful and an overclockers dream. Extreme computing at its most colourful, powerful and full of customization.
The Coalition makes a strong debut with Gears of War 4, as they steer the Microsoft franchise into new (if not familiar) territory.
Is Paper Mario: Color Splash a tearable game or do we have mushroom in our hearts for our favourite plumber? Read our review to find out.
One of the fastest GTX 1080 graphics cards out on the market that looks great, keeps quiet and overclocks well. But it will cost you.