Not quite an arresting adventure, but there's some cop genre fun to be had if you can stand the outdated attitudes.
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A party game that's fun for a while, but you probably won't be loading it up after your guests leave.
A thoroughly competent but somewhat clinical racer that's fully licensed and looks the part.
While not quite able to deliver an arcade football experience worth sticking with, the quality gags make up for the low budget aesthetic.
A hefty and uncompromising challenge for those who would welcome it, but a tad too unforgiving for newcomers to the genre.
An uncoordinated tangle of ideas that's just too confusing to be fun.
Well presented and thumpingly over-the-top, Dawn Of War III combines elements from its two predecessors to mostly great effect. With a few more maps and modes, this could be a solid competitive title.
Diminutive in scope but with plenty of content, this could be a welcome change from your daily crossword or sudoku.
Good for one evening of outlandish fun, but not one you'll come back to.
A unique and well-crafted opportunity to test your grey matter.