Star Fox Zero is worthy of the name, but a few inconsistencies stop it from hitting the highs it otherwise may well have achieved.
Ratchet & Clank is a gorgeous remake done right in a series that rarely puts a foot wrong. Easily recommended.
Dark Souls 3 relies too much on former glories to reach the heights of Bloodborne or the original Dark Souls, but that doesn't stop it being another superb adventure.
DiRT Rally, then, isn't a true successor to the DiRT series you might know and love, but it's a better rally experience if you're willing to put in the work.
An interesting and fun roguelike, albeit one which doesn't capitalise on its potential.
Quantum Break is a glorious use of current-gen power, with the visual fireworks on show making the combat feel positively joyous.
Competing against friends to fastest times is going to be a bit of an addiction, again like Trials, and for only £25 I can't see many reasons not to give Trackmania Turbo a whirl.
It looks like Hitman and even plays like it, but you're much better off with the real thing.
A strong start to the campaign, marred by some annoying technical issues.
The Division is a very interesting game, with soaring highs as well as flaws, and the best multiplayer for years.