Blending solitaire with role-playing, combat and a racy, buccaneering plot, Shadowhand is a delight - and a true British eccentric.
The apes are charismatic and the storyline is passable, but this interactive drama tie-in forgets to find a role to cast the player in.
Supermassive's dour whodunnit is a poor vehicle for PlayLink's experiment in multiplayer narrative - a woeful mismatch of genre and form.
One of the most daring and influential game designs of all time makes a long overdue comeback in Mario's most madcap adventure yet.
Another handsome, well built and entertaining Forza rolls off the production line - though there are controversial changes under the hood.
This wonky crossover is the unlikely source of a superbly designed tactical combat challenge as well as a charmingly silly adventure.
A brisk running time and lower stakes do the Uncharted formula no harm at all - even if this spin-off sticks a bit too close to the script.
This basic puzzle-platformer captures none of the depth and panic of Miyamoto's surreal strategy games, but a good deal of the charm.
This puzzle-platformer lives in the shadow of Playdead's Inside, but its rage against Romanian Communism is authentic and raw.