Nic Reuben

‘Warhammer Age Of Sigmar: Realms Of Ruin’ review: the setting’s first must-play game

A polished, lively, and engaging real-time strategy that doesn’t quite offer enough for single player fans

‘Dredge’ review: not R’lyeh

Captivating eldritch fishing with frustratingly shallow limits

Why ‘Dead Space’’s Ishimura feels so authentically terrifying

The USG Ishimura's palpable misery makes it hard to resist for horror fans

‘Steelrising’ review: les fleurs du meh

Spiders’ best game yet dampens absorbing art design and combat with a host of annoyances

‘Victoria 3’’s staggering complexity is only matched by its excellent accessibility

Hands on with Paradox’s upcoming economic and society sim

‘Two Point Campus’ review: well learned

A worthy and truly iterative sequel to Two Point studio’s loving revival of Bullfrog’s legacy

‘Saints Row’ preview: it certainly is an open world game

We sat down for a hands-off preview with the upcoming reboot