A clever, tightly constructed shooter which unfortunately struggles with franchise baggage. Someone should give MachineGames a real World War game to build.
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Ambitious, polished and clearly pored over by hundreds of people, Destiny is an incredible creative undertaking. It doesn't all click, but it's a huge achievement.
A colourful, energetic driving game which suffers from an uneven tone and an abundance of ideas
As important as it is terrifying. A worthy successor to Scott's original vision and definitive proof that survival horror is back with a force.
A solid, well-meaning driving game. DriveClub shares it problems with various other contemporary racers. Speaking more broadly, it's the product of a current, misguided trend towards "social" play.
An intelligent, authored, and consistently entertaining game which combines loving references to the horror genre with the distinctive personality of its director.
Games are better than this now. Call of Duty is becoming a relic.
A disappointing but noble effort.
Assassin's Creed Unity attempted to improve some core problems with the franchise, but in the rush to meet the Christmas deadline, those efforts have fallen short.
A fine evolution of the Far Cry 3 formula, and an improvement in every way, but all without that same wow factor.