A by-the-numbers remaster, and one that would've benefited from a bit more love. For those who just wanted to see what all the fuss was about on their Xbox One or PS4, however, it suffices.
Halo 5 Guardians hits all the right notes in a campaign that is thrilling from end to end and delivers a multiplayer suite full of many delights that play impeccably.
In theory it sounds terrible, but Guitar Hero: Live's approximation of old-school music TV programming, coupled with the excellent hardware, makes it a winner.
A very good offshoot for the Zelda series, it's best – and in many ways should only be – played with friends. Fun, but a little shallow.
London is wonderful, but Assassin's Creed's inherent problems ensure Syndicate never comes close to doing its world justice.
I'm happy Transformers Devastation exists and thoroughly enjoyed the time I spent with it, but it's not quite the game I imagined as an idealistic child. And it's four hours long.
A sumptuous remaster, but the games themselves have aged badly.
The most refined version of Rock Band yet, but not as essential as it once was.
A relaxing, repetitive toe-dip into the working world.
LEGO Dimensions is the most fun I've had with a LEGO video game since the whole idea was new back on the PS2. It's full of cool new ideas and a story rammed with iconic references and witty humour.