Developed by Codemasters Reviewed on PC The DiRT Rally series is motorsport at its purest: tightly wound bundles of fury and frustration and just a sprinkling of glee.
Developed by Insomniac Games Reviewed on PlayStation 4 I’m not going to slosh out a thousand words on Spidey, as everything that needs to be said is already out there. However, if you are still on the fence, here’s some homegrown, spoiler-free rambling. Spider-Man is a joyous achievement in physical
Developed by Team Cherry Reviewed on Nintendo Switch In my first hour with Hollow Knight, a good ten minutes was spent pouting on a bench. I was annoyed that I’d lost it all to a split-second and a handful of hubris. The magic of Team Cherry’s debut isn’t in its
Developed by Blizzard Entertainment Reviewed on PC I like World of Warcraft. I wouldn’t say we’ve a thriving relationship, but we’ve certainly had some fun. In the game’s latest expansion, The Battle for Azeroth, and watching the community fly into a fit over the removal of the island of Teldrassil,
Developed by Tarsier Studios Reviewed on PC Little Nightmares is horrific. It isn’t about that which goes bump. It’s about life, and imbalance. Toying with fears we keep locked away, Tarsier Studios’ dark puzzle-platformer is a measure of true horror, poking fun at adulthood and quietly bridging the gap between
Developed by Bluepoint GamesReviewed on PlayStation 4 Shadow of the Colossus released one week ago today for the PlayStation 4 and going in, I had but one question that seemingly no amount of research could answer: would this remake even run on a standard PS4, or was there some sinister