Point-and-click adventure TOHU is absolutely beautiful, but its obscure puzzles can be needlessly frustrating.
Including all DLC characters and costumes, The King of Fighters XIV Ultimate Edition is here. But should you buy it? Here's our review.
If you fondly remember the Turrican games from all those years ago and want to play them again, consider Turrican Flashback a must-have.
RIDE 4 gets an upgrade for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S, making what's currently the best bike-based racing game even better. Here's our review.
With Hitman 3 the World of Assassination trilogy comes to a close. Is it the last time we'll get to take control of Agent 47? We hope not.
Take your place in the battle four worlds.
Side-scrolling beat 'em up fans rejoice: Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game is back, and this Complete Edition includes all released DLC.
With MXGP 2020 launching on PS5, the series has never looked or played better, but a lack of any new modes or features may disappoint fans.
A remake of the first two games in the series, slicing zombies to pieces is fun in Onee Chanbara Origin, but it's a short-lived affair.
How can you can go wrong with VR dinosaurs? Jurassic World Aftermath finds a way.
Enhanced for PS5 and Xbox Series X, Borderlands 3 might not be a huge evolution to the series, but it's now more enjoyable than ever.
Override 2: Super Mech League is a mech-based brawler that's great fun when played with friends. It's just a shame its League mode is so dull.
Airborne Kingdom tasks you with reconstructing a fallen empire. But is this sky-based city builder worth the effort?
Managers don’t sit still, and neither does Football Manager 2021.
Short narrative adventure When the Past Was Around tells the story of a young woman as she deals with love, loss and grief.
Shady Part of Me is an enjoyable puzzle game with neat visuals and a wonderful soundtrack, but it might not grip you like it should.
Politics is a complicated topic.
Taiko no Tatsujin Rhythmic Adventure Pack brings together two rhythm-based RPGs in one collection, available exclusively on Switch.
If your loved one was sick, would you go to the ends of the Earth to try to save them?
Cyberpunk 2077 may be shorter and more serious than you expect it to be, but with so many choices to make you'll keep going back for more.