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Dark, disturbing, satisfying and compelling. A masterpiece.
A unique zombie survival game that offers multiple ways to play (and die).
The very best Kinect game by a wide margin, FRU shows just what might have been.
An intelligent, thoughtful, lengthy and rewarding puzzle challenge.
Combat is solid and satisfying, with an element of strategy involved. Well-presented graphics gives it its own style. Fighting can become tediously slow and repetitive. The story makes no impact and leaves no impression. RPG elements are poorly executed – like most of the slaves you run into.
A charming couch co-op that's surprisingly challenging in later levels. Best played with friends.
Cast of the Seven Godsends - Redux suffers from random difficulty spikes, poor controls, and inelegant implementation of a number of baffling design decisions, rendering it defenceless against the classics of the genre.
This tale premiers with a complex and intriguing story that's chock full of cinematic panache.
A solid adaptation of the classic board game, but it won’t win any medals.
If Battleship is your thing, then this is as pure as it gets.
A chaotic and colourful party racing game not quite in pole position, but a close second.
A fun and fast-paced card game is let down by limited online social interactivity.
A smart, smooth, satisfying shooter – This is one Valley you need to explore.
The shooter that changed the festering face of Resident Evil.
A remarkable open world puzzler that never loses faith in the intelligence of the player.
A beautifully realised, engaging Norse adventure.
Nostalgia only carries this bundle so far. Whilst these are enjoyable games, they're showing an age befitting their 10 year anniversary.
A simpler take on the MOBA genre that's overflowing with silliness.
A surreal love letter to detectives and David Lynch.
A slow-burner of a mystery.