The more you play Overwatch the more you realise Blizzard thought of basically everything you might criticise it for.
Geralt’s final hours are his absolute best.
Changing aesthetic from 'Dry Urban Dilapidation Chic' to 'Irradiated Sea Fog Realness' is refreshing.
Lumo could have easily been another retro inspired title that did little other than revel in old-school visuals. It's actually a lovely trip down memory lane.
Not the disaster many had anticipated, but also fundamentally flawed.
Shadow of the Beast is enjoyable, its combat smooth and rewarding, but high-score chasing isn't going to keep many players around for long once the credits roll.
DOOM is an excellent and exceptionally fun first first-person shooter. That's all you need to know.
A confident, assured sequel, and a strong end to the series.
A superb second instalment, and one which shows off Hitman's greatest strengths.
Star Fox Zero is worthy of the name, but a few inconsistencies stop it from hitting the highs it otherwise may well have achieved.