Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Review

Plenty of video games have pitted their heroes against Nazis, but never quite like this. Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus builds on the quality of 2014’s The New Order, leading series-protagonist William “B.J.” Blazkowicz into his most challenging mission yet….

Tekken 7 Review

The Tekken series has come a long way since the first game hit arcades in 1994. In the PlayStation’s early days, Tekken and Tekken 2 showcased the new machine’s capabilities beautifully, while the third game is a PS1 classic. The…

Injustice 2 Review

2013’s Injustice: Gods Among Us was one of the best games ever made based on DC Comics’ cast of heroes and villains, easily ranking alongside the Arkham series. It featured fast-paced but accessible brawling, plenty of characters (even before the…

Prey Review

Arkane Studios’ Prey is finally here. Though it borrows the name and the basic hero-versus-aliens concept, this new release has nothing to do with 2006’s Prey. That was a sci-fi FPS with broad themes and elements of Native American culture,…

Mass Effect: Andromeda Review

Mass Effect: Andromeda is all about change. Commander Shepard, Ashley, Tali, Garrus, Joker, the Normandy, and everything else we’d become attached to across three massive games has been left behind, and a bold new galaxy lies ahead. Starting afresh in…

Resident Evil 7 Review

Resident Evil 7 has been a long time coming. After being promised a return to form following the OTT madness of Resident Evil 6, we’ve all watched the new game’s gradual unveiling with bated breath. From the start, Capcom have…

5 Reasons We Still Love Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas 12 Years On

Between 2001 and 2004, Rockstar gave us three fantastic Grand Theft Auto games. We’ve already looked at the highlights of GTA III and the immortal Vice City, but now it’s time to cast our collective eye over the top reasons…

Grand Theft Auto III: 5 Reasons We Still Love It 15 Years On

When Grand Theft Auto III first hit consoles back in 2001, you might never have imagined you’d be able to play it on your phone someday. A stripped-down, 2D, monochromatic version of it perhaps, but the full game? No way!…

Overwatch PC Review: Blizzard’s Stunning New FPS Hits Its Mark

As the developers of such iconic games as Diablo, StarCraft, and a little franchise by the name of Warcraft, Blizzard clearly knows a thing or two about building experiences players love. Their latest release is a dynamic, colourful FPS, bearing…

Total War: Warhammer Review

Being a truly dedicated Warhammer fan takes time. Painting the countless miniatures, brushing up on rules for the latest expansion pack, and reading the various novels tying into the overall mythology – the franchise has plenty to offer those with…