Gaming’s ultimate eSport gets a well-considered makeover by the masters at Valve, although new ideas, and fixes for old problems, are currently thin on the ground.
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An excellent driving game but one sullied by cheapskate microtransactions. a lack of tracks, and the dubious worth of the Drivatar technology.
Low on innovation but high on spectacle, as the cumulation of the last several years of Need For Speed games the first entry on the next gen is already one of the best.
Some useful improvements to the already solid current gen versions, although the loss of some game modes means it's not the ultimate edition it could've been.
Much more than just a homage, Consortium might be rough around the edges but the dialogue system and freedom of choice rivals that of any other game.
Not one of the best map packs Call Of Duty has ever seen, and yet for some reason one of the most expensive. Being Michael Myers is fun though.
An improvement on the first map pack and not just because of the Predator, but Call Of Duty in general could really do with a change of scenery.
A surprisingly hesitant start to EA's new sports series, in terms of both the amount of content and the disjointed action.
Different but certainly not better, despite the amazing next gen visuals FIFA has never seemed so indecisive and lacking in direction.
There are still a few rough edges to be driven over, but as mild as the improvements are this still makes Forza Horizon 2 one of the best racers of recent years.