A gorgeous world, bursting with personality. Great storytelling makes up for the short length and unchallenging puzzles.
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A gorgeous, relentlessly entertaining open-world piracy simulator packed with interesting 18th century rogues.
A great world and an interesting story, but this short second entry lacks the tense decision-making of the first.
Slow, technically flawed and dogged by premium microtransactions. A sorry take on a classic card game.
A magnificent city full of exciting assassination missions, marred by broken co-op and technical issues.
A confident remaster of a true classic. The puzzles have aged badly, but the sparkling humour and world design still shine.
Sharp and deeply satisfying combat carries this imaginative, occasionally cringe-worthy tale, but don't bother if you played the 2013 original.
A worthy upgrade to one of the best strategy games ever, featuring the best space battles in the business.
Sloppy combat and ongoing optimisation can't quite spoil this dark fantasy adventure, set in a stunning world of blood and black magic.
DMC4's savage swordsmanship still entertains, in spite of reheated levels and uninspired puzzles, and the addition of Lady introduces an explosive new style of combat to Devil May Cry's armoury.