I really wanted to like this game, and after the beta I was hoping there would be more to it than what they were testing. Unfortunately, there's not, and there's absolutely no way I could recommend buying this game. If you could pick it up for £10, sure, but four times that? No way.
It is possibly the best open world that you can visit, held back by a main story that's a bit too archaic. On the whole, it's still highly enjoyable, so I would still highly recommend you dig into it. You'll definitely get your money's worth.
It does its job well as a Gundam-style mech shooter, but it just doesn't do quite enough to keep me going back in for more action. The majority of levels are just “go here, shoot this, follow that”, which unfortunately gets very repetitive after a couple of hours. There's a lot you can do with customisation, though.
Corpse Mob is an honest game. It's a top-down arcade shooter for you to have a bit of fun in – no more, no less. Of course it'd be improved with online multiplayer support, and perhaps a bit more variation in between the waves, but then I expect it wouldn't cost less than £2.
If you're a veteran strategy guy up for a challenge, then The Spatials: Galactology could be right up your street. Otherwise, it's a hard sell. Some of the issues make me think that it might have benefitted from a little longer in Early Access.
Supposedly Wonderful Future has left me considering the events of the game, and whether my moral choices make me a monster or a model citizen. It doesn't really do much wrong, but if you didn't like point-and-click games with a heavy amount of text before, you won't enjoy them after, either.
A fitting final DLC pack for Battlefield 1, with three great new maps and more unlockables to keep you busy. Air Assault may not be my cup of tea, but for those who are more adept than me in the air, it will provide a nice quick alternative to battling on land.
It's a very solid remaster of a classic game, and those looking for a nostalgia trip to 20 years ago should look no further. Some of the quirks are still present, even the original cheats, ultimately making this the true Definitive Edition.