Can a slick, mainstream action game really reckon with the violence that drives it? The answer is yes - messily, but powerfully.
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Cardboard Computer's elusive adventure game gets a final episode and a console edition, but don't wolf it all down at once.
Hideo Kojma's first post-Metal Gear game is a messy, indulgent vanity project - but also a true original.
Telling Lies, by contrast, is but a second baby step into uncharted territory: a little wobbly, a little naive. But definitely courageous and exciting.
Beautiful, broken, with flashes of brilliance, Anthem is a disorganised mess in search of a reason to be.
The worst of pretentious story games and brainless beat-em-ups combined - with an insulting gimmick that's all its own.
The 'spiritual successor' industry reaches deep into the 90s game cupboard with this futuristic racer. Should we start asking why?
Another sumptuous, endlessly entertaining automotive playground, but its shift into 'shared-world' online gaming is only a partial success.
Despite the flashy boats and planes, this sequel to the ambitious open-world racing game is underdeveloped where it counts.
Its big themes are glibly handled, though this is still Quantic Dream's most credible and satisfying interactive yarn by far.