A good start to Starcraft II’s DLC, Nova Covert Ops delivers a fun and tense opening chapter, but suffers from a lack of story content.
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Soft Body is a challenging puzzle-action game, with a colourful palette and beautiful soundtrack, but its repetitive nature stops it from being more than a niche curio.
Despite its colourful exterior and nice design, Mystery Castle suffers from a few too many repetitive levels to really excel.
Valentino Rossi: The Game may be too much of an advert for the motorcycle legend himself, but it finally brings the MotoGP series back to the top of its game.
Bard’s Gold is like the bastard child of Rogue Legacy and Spelunky, but it’s more Ramsey Bolton than Jon Snow.
Despite being a fun game, Binaries’ Super Meat Boy gameplay style doesn’t quite fit a puzzle game like this. Mainly due to our feeble human inability to monitor two characters at once.
Jotun offers the exploration and storytelling of Bastion, and combines it with the epic battles of Shadow of the Colossus. What’s not to like?
From its late 90s cockney gangster routine to its poor visuals and AI, Filthy Lucre is a game out-of-time.
Familiar Pac-Man gameplay with an added twist, offering near endless fun.
With its 40-car grids creating exciting racing, NASCAR Heat Evolution is surprisingly fun, but is unlikely to appeal to anyone but fans of the sport.