A haunting journey through a woodland with a real sense of place, but its breadth of mechanics silts up the pacing. Phil Iwaniuk
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Size Five offers both classic platforming and point-and-click adventuring in this self-aware and deeply anglocentric caper
Novel presentation and a masterful complexity curve, but The Pedestrian's very shy about storytelling.
Funny, fresh, and full of surprises, Typhoon's debut blends genres expertly.
Often obtuse in its puzzle design and not that artfully told, The White Door is still effective at taking you to another place.
Still addictively enormous, but more open to newcomers than ever, FM 2020 is a brilliant update to a brilliant series.
For the first time in years, Need For Speed has remembered why people used to play it so religiously, and recognised the more recent elements that put them off.
A game with unapologetically singular focus, its distillation of deeper MMOs' elements nevertheless results in an experience that all too often feels barren. Phil Iwaniuk
Beneath the fireworks and confetti, FIFA 20’s lacking match fitness.
A gripping descent into something between alternate history and fever dream, realised beautifully in audiovisual flair, and lacking just slightly in the combat itself.