Forza Horizon 3 delivers the ultimate car fantasy and festival experience, introduces innovative new features, and has listened to fans by returning some long missed ones. This is the Horizon game we’ve wanted, and developer Playground Games have delivered. Forza Horizon 3 is undoubtedly the ultimate celebration of cars, music, and freedom of the open road.
Whilst it may not be perfect, let's be honest, nothing ever is. Inside does have a few issues here and there with the story, but I don't care, the whole experience is an absolute gaming pleasure. Whilst it may not be a game that appeals to everyone and have a rather niche target market, those who love this genre will indeed, love this game.
Rocket League is so easy to pick up and so hard to put down. Within just a few hours of play, I already feel myself wanting to go back and play more. The game has spread like wildfire and is one of the most popular games this year, yet I had never even heard about it before the game released. After three closed betas from the developers and fine-tuning, what's left is a competitive, fantastic experience.
Gears of War: Ultimate Edition showcases how a remaster should be done by redoing all the cinematics, campaign levels, multiplayer maps and adding a bunch of extra content- all in 1080p at either 30fps or 60fps. It also gives choice and flexibility to the players with the Backwards Compatibility titles, making this the ultimate package for fans and newcomers alike.
Halo 5: Guardians tells an epic story, across a vast, epic world and across these environments, players will face epic battles. From a divulging Campaign mode, to epic Multiplayer matches across Arena and Warzone, Halo 5: Guardians is truly the Halo game we've all been waiting for. While it isn't perfect, the experience is incredible.