Episode 4 confirms what we already knew about Resident Evil Revelations 2: that it's a success, mixing and matching elements of Resi's old and new – while throwing in Raid mode – to good effect.
Hardline doesn’t sufficiently evolve interesting mechanics in the terrible single-player and is only saved by an at times enjoyable multiplayer component.
Enjoyable enough, but overall it adds little to Revelations 2.
The Assignment is a reasonably-sized add-on which fleshes out The Evil Within's story while building on what made it so enjoyable in the first place.
Interesting co-op play and a decent cliffhanger sees Revelations 2 really get going.
An intriguing start to Capcom's episodic adventure.
Resident Evil remains as odd, unsettling, and unforgettable as its setting, and the HD remaster only emphasises this.
Geometry Wars 3 makes big changes, but retains the excellent core gameplay and delivers another addictive blaster.
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.