Lords presents an enticing world, but staggered combat and numerous bugs leave it in the shadows of its rivals.
Sunset Overdrive has some excellent ideas, but its triumphs are sadly suffocated beneath ultra-repetitive mission design and unsatisfying enemy encounters.
Shadow Warrior is old-school in all the right ways, bringing the original into the modern era while leaving some of its less desirable aspects in the past where they belong.
Activision's toys-to-life series is still wonderfully entertaining, but Trap Team's relentless encouragement to buy new toys can be draining on your enthusiasm – and your wallet.
Pure stealth that you’ll gleefully die your way through.
A Mikami megamix of sorts that doesn't hit the heights of the director's previous work, but is enjoyable all the same.
As a package this is as feature-complete as you could want, but it's a long way from the version it could have been.
CA has finally nailed the true terror of Alien in video game form. It's only taken 35 years.
A confident reinvention, despite the obviously low budget.
A triumph of emergent gameplay, slightly let down by a heavily scripted ending.