A worthy successor to the original game.
Despite the tedium of the missions, Defiance has a ‘one more go’ thing going for it that other shoot and loot games don't.
Slightly disappointing, but the compulsive appeal of the parent game carries over and it's nice to play a sci-fi shooter that's not trying to tell a so-called 'epic' story.
It's terrible, and not even 'fun terrible' at that. Which is all you need to know.
Riptide is another occasionally engaging but ultimately tedious grind through a zombie holocaust.
A very impressive new slice of Dishonored. With Daud's story left on a cliffhanger, we hope Arkane keeps up this form with the next installment.
Uprising’s attraction is in its map design, and how it departs from the straight-faced bombast of the campaign and its original maps. But it's still pricey for what you actually get.
There's almost certainly a great horror experience somewhere in all this Slender Man mythos but this isn't it. This is glorified Pac-Man in the dark.
Despite its many flaws, BioShock Infinite might just be one of the most compelling games of this generation
Buggy, boring and strangely tame, this isn't worth anyone's time or money.