MilitAnt is one of those games where you feel no guilt or uncertainty for which game has to go once your hard drive is full. This game had over twenty years of influences, innovation as well as mistakes which it could've learned from. For fans of Contra, Metal Slug, Mega Man or Super Time Force --this isn't for you. It's a nostalgic assault on the games which inspired it.
MXGP2 has a distinctive crowd and does well to serve it. However, the game does nothing to bring about anything of encouragement for an audience that's now outgrown it's rebellious phase.
Overwatch isn't just a game, it's a sign of things to come for that genre specifically. One that will go on to form it's own platform as well as influence others.
Sebastien Loeb Rally Evo is a game that's solid with its gameplay and interesting within its content. Competition from other titles however, may prove to be the deciding factor in how long it remains interesting.
DiRT Rally is a game that CodeMasters needed to create. While the similarities between prior games are obvious, DiRT Rally feels new and plays great.
Playing locally with friends is where this game holds most of its potential. Playing solo is fine but much of the appeal that resides within the game demands the companionship of someone beside you.
A failed opportunity to make use of reasonably more powerful hardware leaves ZOMBI in an unfortunate position whereby the original game is actually more appealing.
Many games attempt to deliver on something that is easy to play but hard to master. OlliOlli 2 succeeds on this and literally welcomes you to prove it.
While it's not visually amazing, Motogp 15 delivers a spectacular racing experience thanks to solid gameplay and a great scale of challenge.
Payday 2: Crimewave Edition is fully loaded. New gameplay mechanics, solid controls, and John Wick.
Project Cars provides excellent gameplay that caters to both beginners and motoring enthusiasts alike. Along with mouth-watering graphics and enough satisfying content for the long drive ahead, this is a game with plenty of longevity.
Ride is a game that provides truly excellent gameplay that's both solid and rewarding. A few minor annoyances hold the game back, none of which break the factors of enjoyment and immersion.
République Remastered's combination of storytelling and visuals do not outweigh its faults.
The Escapists is a game for a very niche audience, as it doesn't provide much in the way of variety to deliver enough entertainment for long periods of time.
Evolve is a game that perpetuates and demonstrates the fun of online cooperative gameplay. Whether it's the A.I. combatants or online friends there's excitement to be found. Since the game relies on its multiplayer as its bread and butter, it's going to have to do a lot more in the long run should it hope to sustain any longevity.
Life is Strange presents an interesting story and does well to flesh out its characters, regardless of their importance to the overall game. The many choices available to the player makes way for unexpected consequences that prove to be entertaining.
Geometry Wars 3 is basically digitized crack. It's challenging, it's visually amazing, and it's soundtrack should be available to purchase separately. Take my Money!
NBA Live 15 does a lot of things well but simultaneously it does a lot of things wrong. Gameplay can be enjoyable but it's really down to the player as the game doesn't do well to explain itself.
While the game is by no means perfect and there are a few issues present that should have been sorted by now, Lego Batman 3 looks great, plays superb, and provides enough humour and action to keep players engaged.
Dragon Age: Inquisition is the game fans have been asking for having feeling displeased with Dragon Age 2. The amount of depth the game entails is best experienced through hands-on hibernation in which you never leave your room, ever, ever, again. Massive!