Not a complete disaster thanks to its actresses, but fifth Underworld film, Underworld: Blood Wars is tired, unexciting and completely lacking in creativity.
EVE: Valkyrie is a delight to play, with tight and accessible controls. It’s the space-bound dogfighting dream you’ve always wanted, but a lack of single player content and some nasty microtransactions take the shine out of it all.
Arkham VR is a perfect showcase for the potential of VR to deliver powerful experience, even if it is criminally lacking in content. Rocksteady’s previous Arkham games let you understand what it might be like to be the Dark Knight, this really makes you feel like you are Batman
Pokémon Sun and Moon may take its time getting you hooked on its formula, but once they’re in they’re never coming back out again.
Super Mario Maker on the 3DS is just as feature rich as the Wii U version, but is severely hampered by a lack of true course sharing functionality.
Nintendo and HAL labs could easily have just made the same game with more puzzles, and nobody would have been upset by that. Instead they’ve upped the complexity, creating a damned near perfect sequel – and something genuinely unmissable for fans of logic puzzles.
Rush of Blood employs an overbearing use of rote horror imagery, but its immediacy in VR makes it an effective horror game. Brevity aside, Rush of Blood is a PlayStation VR game that you want to own, because it’s one of the best games to demo the PlayStation VR with.
Between the sublime visuals, the moving story, the fully realised characters and the catchy songs, there’s a lot to love about Moana.
Netflix has reunited us with the Gilmore Girls after almost a decade. But is it like an awkward high school reunion, or a wonderful visit with old friends? A bit of both.
The Xperia XZ is finally evidence of Sony finding a direction and identity to focus on with a new flagship smartphone.
The GTX 1050Ti isn’t the fastest card out there by a mile, but it certainly brings down the price of high performance 1080p gaming on PC.
The first Darksiders game gets to roll on back to Xbox One and PS4 with the equally silly title of the Warmastered Edition