Rise of Industry is a complex production/logistics management sim with a wide variety of options and difficulty settings. It's got a rather steep learning curve, however, and needs a fair amount of micromanagement to keep things running smoothly. If you're looking for a management game with some depth and complexity, Rise of Industry is worth a look.
With a new world, a host of new items, a new career and a fleshed out fame system, Get Famous is an excellent addition to The Sims 4. If you enjoyed previous fame-themed packs in the Sims franchise, or are looking for something fresh for your Sims to do, check out The Sims 4 Get Famous.
LEGO DC Super-Villains is a lighthearted romp with those interesting villains that we love to hate. Sprinkle in some chaos, fun abilities and characters that gets far too powerful for their own good and you get to explore the DC universe a little differently.
While The Sims 4 Seasons hasn't reinvented the wheel, it has brought a much-requested feature to the latest iteration of the Sims franchise. No longer will your Sims be trapped in endless sunny days. Seasons brings some much-needed variation to the day to day play of The Sims 4, and I'm very glad for that.
It's The Sims 4, on console! This is a faithful port and brings the full Sims 4 experience to PS4 and Xbox One... including a mountain of DLC (some available right now, with more coming in future). If you are willing to get used to the clunky controls (and are okay with no gallery, mods or custom content), it's a great game.
If your Sims have been longing for a feline or canine companion, their wish has finally been granted! Create just about any existing dog or cat breed, or create your very own unique breed. This expansion brings the most realistic cats and dogs ever in the Sims franchise and should make pet lovers happy.
This latest LEGO game lets you play through the action highlights of the LEGO Ninjago Movie. While it is somewhat lacking on the humour and story side, its fresh take on the LEGO video game formula sets a high standard for the gameplay of future LEGO game titles.
If you’re a diehard Skylanders fan, or really love Crash Bandicoot, or have young children who love Skylanders, Imaginators is a no-brainer. If your kids are older, if you want to play with them, or if you don’t have kids at all, consider Disney Infinity 3.0 or LEGO Dimensions to save your sanity.
So, is it worth the potentially huge financial investment? That depends on you. For me, as a fan of both physical LEGO and LEGO video games, LEGO Dimensions is the perfect combo, and I'm looking forward to all the new content that will be released in the future.