Despite Fast Striker’s promise of the shmup’s grand revival, it never able to reach the grand heights of its inspirations.
My Hero One's Justice is yet another anime-based fighter that sacrifices deep fighting mechanics in pursuit of flashy, cinematic action.
Another season, another LEGO game from Traveller’s Tales.
Call of Cthulhu weaves a supernatural detective tale that’s frequently unsettling, occasionally horrifying and always engaging.
Soulblight succeeds in temporarily satiating your desire for solid rogue-like on Switch, but it fails to maintain your interest after extended play.
I could have spent my weekend exploring the wild west on the back of my horse, but instead I was in the heart of a city, building a skyscraper 50 storeys high. And I loved every minute of it.
After a somewhat disappointing fourth entry into the series, Jackbox is back on top form.
Bundling together Symphony of the Night and Rondo of Blood for release on PS4, Castlevania Requiem should have been essential. But it's not.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is finally here, but has it been worth the wait? Of course it has! Read our spoiler free review to find out why.
Want to see Reptar and Patrick Star race against the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Of course you do.
Cooking is the dish of the day in Battle Chef Brigade, and it’s delivered in a very engaging way.
Exploring outer space has never been so much fun.
No matter how quirky it attempts to be, Zarvot’s trying, polyhedral antics don’t justify the price of admission.
Despite being formulaic and repetitive, you know what you're getting with a Warriors game. And if that's your thing, you'll no doubt have some fun with Warriors Orochi 4.
Party game Joggernauts does make for some fun and memorable moments, but mostly just a lot of loud screaming.
Soulcalibur VI lets itself down in some key areas, but the game's excellent Libra of Souls mode makes it an essential single-player brawler.
When it comes to the Disgaea series, the original is still the best. And Disgaea 1 Complete is the best version of the original.
Monster Loves You! won't keep you hooked forever, but thanks to its gorgeous art style, witty writing and lovable monsters, it will keep you entertained for a while.
If you're after a game to scare you silly this Halloween, Yggdrazils Group's Home Sweet Home will do the trick rather nicely.
Space Hulk: Tactics is a rewarding and satisfying strategy game, whether you’re purging the unclean or punching your extendable jaws through an intergalactic fascist's face.