Metro Exodus hits its stride when it's doing what it knows best and that's combat in confined spaces.
Yet there is a lot to love about Almost There’s back to basics gameplay and slick control scheme. You’ll need the patience of a saint to complete the game but it’s worth it.
Every other shooter that comes out these days has a Battle Royale mode tagged on or has one in the pipeline but Apex Legends stands head and shoulders above them all. It’s mix of slick and fast paced gameplay coupled with its intense and constantly moving combat is going to be hard to surpass.
Conarium is a short game which will only take you a few hours to complete. You can go back if your a completionist but there’s just not enough to make me want to play through it again.
Riot: Civil Unrest has the makings of a great game that’s not only factual but also strives to bring home the realities of public unrest.
Planet RIX-13 is a Sci Fi adventure game that squeezes as much out of its sole survivor storyline as it can but it still left me feeling that more could have been added.
Rockstar have redefined open world gaming in blistering fashion. If you don’t own this game by now you owe it to yourself as a gamer to experience an absolute classic. My only concern now is how do Rockstar top this.
When all is said and done Dakar 18 is a brave attempt at bringing something different to the racing genre. But poor handling takes away any sense of immersion regardless of the vehicle or terrain. There is a solid foundation to build upon here and if they can sort the handling out they could be onto something.
8-Bit Armies is a reminder of how far the RTS genre has come and although it's fun to begin with but the ease with which you'll breeze through the levels makes it hard to recommend to anyone other than someone new to the genre.