Beautiful and intriguing, frustrating and flawed, Everybody's Gone to the Rapture is nevertheless still worthy of your time.
Submerged feels like a concept rather than a complete game. What's here is so slight, the story so flimsy, that it left almost no impression on me.
Rare Replay is a lovely collection that I can't help but feel could have been even lovelier.
Despite plenty of issues, A Knight to Remember isn't a terrible start to the adventure, just a rather unnecessarily tedious one.
N++ delivers consistently excellent bursts of platforming devilishness, but it's not enough to keep me interested for the long haul.
Tembo could have been great, but sadly it's a game in which you're made to crawl over the line instead of gloriously smash through it.
Awesome Level Max includes some excellent action that is worth the price tag if you're itching for some more Trials Fusion, but sadly the Awesome Adventure isn't nearly as expansive or interesting.
Technical issues mean the PC version wins out, but this is still a memorable, inventive adventure.
Rory McIlroy PGA Tour continues the trend of well-known sports franchises making disappointing, threadbare debuts on new consoles.
Codemasters continues to mix thrilling driving with a distinct lack of ways to race, resulting in a disappointing new-gen debut for Formula One.