The game manages to capture an enjoyable gameplay loop when many of its errant factors align, and its narrative is a fun little cartoon romp…but the enjoyable moments are fighting to rise above a mire of mediocrity that threatens to swallow the entire title up
Gear.Club Unlimited appears to try and deliver to every type of racing fan, but appears to ultimately disappoint all of them. With a positively massive amount of content, there is sure to be something that will delight you, but the real question is – will your interest last long enough?
A disappointing revisit to something fondly remembered, Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition struggles to remind you of what made these games so memorable in the first place.
After 50-ish hours with the wind at my back and the salty spray on my face, I am still enjoying those incredible moments that Sea of Thieves can create – yet I find myself having great difficulty recommending it to others without an incredible list of caveats
Vikings: Wolves of Midgard is well worth a try for anyone who enjoys a hack 'n' slashy dungeon crawler. It offers fun and interesting Norse-themed enemies with a simple (but effective!) range of player abilities coupled with an engaging enough combat system that keeps you thinking.
Gungrave G.O.R.E is a thorough examination of what games offered us before they transformed into 40-hour cinematic masterpieces. While its appeal may not be broad enough to interest everyone, it establishes itself as a love letter to a time when your gaming experience was absolutely about bombastic style, personal fantasy and massive high scores.
While it may be far from perfect, Sonic Frontiers is a colossal step in the right direction for the future of the neon blue needlemouse. Its issues are more stumbles than falls, with the action and exploration creating a memorable experience for everyone's favourite Hedgehog.