A vast and frequently brilliant return to Bethesda's atomic sandbox, but constant technical issues are a frustration.
A thin and curiously paced stroll through horror cliché that manages a few good frights but not much else.
A thrilling twist on Left 4 Dead's co-operative action, but minor balancing issues can make it hard to warm to at first.
Bland at best, broken at worst, this shallow reinvention of the cult strategy puzzler is hell for both fans and newcomers.
A bombastically endearing tribute to classic action movie excess that is occasionally too chaotic for its own good.
A welcome revival for a much missed genre, Sublevel Zero's roguelike design can't quite sustain it in the long term.
Lego Dimensions is an inventive, delightful and hilarious take on "toys to life", but deep pockets are needed to appreciate it fully.
The makers of Amnesia ease back on the horror, ramp up the philosophy and strike a satisfying balance between narrative and gameplay.
More than a mere HD remaster, Media Molecule has rebuilt its Vita classic with entirely new gameplay for the PlayStation 4.
Weird, gory and surprisingly moving - Sony's long-delayed slasher tribute is a flawed but memorable step forwards for interactive movies.
Thomas Was Alone creator Mike Bithell bypasses the difficult second album hurdle with a simple, elegant and carefully paced stealth puzzler.
A ridiculously generous and thoughtfully presented compilation packed with bona fide classics and obscure gems.
A livelier and more interesting game than the original, but more aggressive freemium features sour the fun.
Game Freak's delirious pachyderm platformer has tons of character, but can't quite sustain its early momentum.
Clumsy, repetitive and achingly dull, once again video games have poorly served the King of the Monsters.
A quirky and stylish action platformer with a potentially brilliant combat system, sadly undercut by fussy and restrictive design.
An imposing but brilliant free-to-play gem that everyone should try, even if only a few will make peace with its off-putting nature.
A confident mixture of familiar gameplay and bold storytelling brings Rocksteady's superhero trilogy to a satisfying, memorable close.
Put in the hours and the console version of Bethesda's MMO eventually finds its feet, but remains dull, muddled and plagued by bugs.
Gorgeous to look at but frustrating to play, this desolate horror adventure loses its way almost as much as its wandering protagonist.
A sloppy and frustrating twin stick shooter that is nowhere near as shocking and dangerous as it thinks it is.
A demanding and ingenious twist on turn-based strategy sees Double Fine back at its best.
An atmospheric horror experience that goes from thrills to frustration all too soon.
A charmingly presented but tediously repetitive seafaring RPG that fails to make a big enough splash.
Tried and trusted gameplay is boosted with a generous, if slightly monotonous, serving of genuinely fresh content in this budget prequel.
The second half of Double Fine's adventure offers more puzzles, lots of repetition and a muddled conclusion.
A generous and adventurous double dose of DLC, but one hampered by clumsy control.
An improvement over its predecessor, with some welcome new ideas, but lacking in depth and long-term appeal.