Game Reviews

‘Kingdom Hearts: Dark Road’ review: less of a game, more a simulation of one

It plays itself… which is helpful, as you won’t want to

‘Ghost Of Tsushima’ review: a serene samurai simulator paired with a lacklustre storyline

Sucker Punch’s newest samurai epic has plenty of minor flaws, but it looks and feels amazing to play, and sometimes that’s all that matters

‘Iron Man VR’ review: another ace up PlayStation VR’s sleeve of excellent exclusives

A surprisingly ambitious superhero simulator which shows PlayStation VR’s enduring potential

‘Dead Cells’ review: a good mobile port of an excellent roguelike game

Great visuals and some innovative control choices make for a great way to play

‘Star Wars Episode I: Racer’ review: a no-frills port that still offers throwback thrills

A PS4 and Nintendo Switch re-release of one of the more memorable products of ‘The Phantom Menace’, but little else

Pokémon ‘Isle Of Armor’ DLC review: a short but sweet addition to ‘Pokémon Sword And Shield’

Pokémon’s first DLC is nothing revolutionary, but a step in the right direction nonetheless

‘Disintegration’ review: an interesting but flawed mix of ideas

A game that blends together many things and excels at none of them

‘Desperados III’ review: sneak or blast through intricate Wild West dioramas

A potent reminder of how good real-time tactical stealth can be

‘The Last Of Us Part II’ review: a challenging, magnificent coda to one of gaming’s most beloved stories

Naughty Dog’s gripping tale of love and mercy is the ultimate swan song for the PS4.

‘Valorant’ review: a hero shooter that’s more shooter than hero

‘Counter-Strike: Global Offensive’ meets ‘Overwatch’: ‘Valorant’ is the best of both worlds… or is that the worst?
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