Does Eidos Montreal's latest really let you play how you want and what happens if you go down that path?
Characters are interesting and plentiful in Eidos Montreal's latest, but why can't we have more interaction with them?
Eidos Montreal's latest is one of the most overtly political AAA games in years, but its execution doesn't match its ideas.
The one where Tom does some ballet, Miller manages to talk about WWE, and Jim is an arse.
We speak to the man seemingly carrying an entire procedurally generated universe on his shoulders.
Hello Games' extensive patch for its space-faring sim has raised a few eyebrows, but don't kid yourself everything was better in the old days.
The one where Tom goes to extremes, Burns talks about PES again, and Alice has bad thoughts about a penguin.
As ever, review embargoes close to release are for a number of reasons.