The Grand Tour Game doesn't deliver what's needed as an interactive experience and makes you long to watch the show without the irritation of anything else. As an experiment, it provides Amazon with plenty of useful results, all of which indicate something very different is needed to combine TV and gaming media.
Detroit is simply unlike anything else available. For that reason alone it deserves to be played, but when allied with the chance to create your own story that will not be the same for many others and the stunning tech on show, what more do you need?
A game made by those behind The Stanley Parable that quite frankly is a repeat of the first trick, done badly.
Two masterpieces in every regard, Bayonetta and its sequel still provide the consummate action adventure with combat which has not been bettered, outrageous stories and a main character of sheer brilliance. Play these games, I implore you.
Puzzle Puppers achieves what it sets out to do with aplomb. It’s an irreverent puzzler with animal-like charm which is fun to play for all ages and all skill levels, at all times. It functions as an intense workout for your brain or something to fill those short gaps between jobs. It does so whilst allowing you to play with dogs at the same time and, quite frankly, who wouldn’t want that?
After around one and a half hours the game is over. Nothing much changed for me in those final thirty minutes - finishing the game was almost like a chore. The scenes and the interactive aspects didn’t add much to the overall story, which was pretty much done by the hour mark.