LBP3 reaches new highs for the series by delivering some of the best levels and gameplay yet seen, but also disappoints with a fleeting campaign.
Why feeling largely familiar, Omega Ruby still offers a solid game of Pokémon with addictive online trading functionality to keep players obsessively catching 'em all.
LEGO Batman 3 starts slow and then gets a lot better, and then overwhelms with so much content it's hard to be disappointed.
Being more of an epilogue than a sequel, Rogue falls short of delivering a full-fat experience.
Evolution rather than revolution, and better for it, Far Cry 4 is the best the series has to offer.
Unity may have the intention of being Assassin’s Creed’s next-gen reinvention, but it’s remarkably faithful to its roots.
A worthy addition to the Dragon Age series, but it takes some time to prove it.
A superb football game held back by a frustrating flaw in its passing game, this is the best football title on new-gen. But it could have been the best of all-time.
Mixing futuristic tech with established fundamentals, Sledgehammer has created the first truly impressive Call of Duty in years.
Whether you’re scrawling tactics onto a board or on the training pitch in a tracksuit, Sports Interactive has crafted another great Football Manager experience for you.