Madden NFL 19 has plenty of refinements and new features to make it enticing to fans of the series, but its story mode pales in comparison to last year's.
From the makers of Stick it to the Man, Flipping Death has you filling in for the Grim Reaper while he goes for a holiday on the moon. Yes, really.
If you’re prepared to stomach the game’s less appetising sections, you’ll still get a little Joy out of We Happy Few.
Stephen King once said ‘Story is king’. City of the Shroud epitomises this approach, putting narrative at the heart of what it does, and emerging triumphant as a result.
More roguelike than metroidvania, Motion Twin's Dead Cells is a game that will continually kick your ass. But you'll keep going back for more.
Overcooked 2 delivers everything that made the first game so great, but in a bigger, better and more appetising package.
Trago is an intriguing and unique narrative-driven game about four nights in a bar, and one drunk loser’s dawning realisation about the true nature of his friends.
Now available on Nintendo Switch, you'll die, die and then die again before you even begin to conquer Salt and Sanctuary.
Got a trio of friends that like frenzied multiplayer action? Buy Jump Gunners and get them around. You're guaranteed to have a laugh.
Code of Princess EX's combat just isn't fun enough to keep you playing. Which is a shame, because there's plenty of content on offer.
A straightforward take on the tower defence/survival genre, Sleep Tight fails to capture the imagination and excitement of its setting.
This Is The Police 2, sequel to the surprise indie hit released in 2016, does everything its predecessor did and more. There is more drama, there is more police management and there is a hell of a lot more action.
You could play Gene Rain, or you could play a good third-person cover shooter like Gears of War or Uncharted. It's up to you.
Remothered: Tormented Fathers is one of those games that you really want to love, but can't because it keeps kicking you in the face.
If arcade thrills are your thing and you can view failure as a learning experience, then oOo Ascension will be right up your street.
Small games from smaller studious continue to amaze me with their effortless charm and unbound creativity, and Mugsters is easily one of those games.
Lots of games let you take control of giant mechs, but there aren't many that truly convey the feel of being in one. Archangel: Hellfire does.
Episode three of The Council seems a little far-fetched at times, but it does enough to keep the story just as engrossing as ever.
Need a palette cleanser? Form up with your pilot friends and shoot down some Nazis in HandyGames' Aces of the Luftwaffe - Squadron.
Containing all eight of the much-loved Mega Man X games, Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 + 2 is a must-have for fans of the Blue Bomber.