A stylish, understated, and subtly chilling psychological thriller with a compelling mystery at its core.
Read full review
High skill cap melee combat is equally rewarding and daunting, though the archery and support roles could use some work.
Not the best Total War game but not the worst by a long shot.
Some of the best first-person shooting on PC, but the rest of the game struggles to keep up with it.
Beautiful style, polished interactions, but ultimately it just runs out of things to do.
Bland and mostly harmless, World War Z is another co-op zombie shooter that you could play.
A triumphant remake of Yakuza 2, full of fun diversions and featuring one of the series' best stories.
Thoughtfully-designed levels and versatile combat abilities make Katana Zero worthy of a rewind despite cookie-cutter characters.
Unique folkloric inspiration and interesting tactical considerations are let down by a slow second half.
Whispers of a Machine is like a good episode of your favorite police procedural: familiar and fun, no more and no less.
A deep, customisable fighter that just happens to include the best video game movie never made.
Huge, inventive and the reason I'm sleep deprived. It's brilliant.
Weedcraft, Inc is a tricky tycoon game that overextends itself—but almost nails it.
Heaven's Vault communicates the beauty of assigning meaning to symbols, and thus the people who wrote them.
Crisp combat let down by boring enemies, repetitive missions and a disconnected story.
Despite an annoying story mode, Anno 1800 is the biggest and best entry in the series to date.
Just what a visual novel should be—fun characters and the rush of solving mysteries make you eager to keep going.
A few rough edges don't stop Outward from being a gem of an RPG.
An entertaining but unambitious sequel that collects up the best features of previous games and adds in some interesting new twists.
Menacing robots, a gorgeous world, and an intriguing premise, but ultimately too minimalist for its own good.