An elegant level editor that offers real insight into three decades of platforming brilliance.
The GamePad's gone, but Ubisoft's undead are just as feisty and thrilling as ever.
The spiritual successor to Dear Esther transcends the original in every way.
Set in a drowned city, this game of exploration lacks the substance or conviction to hold your attention.
An engaging ARPG that comes with a handful of neat ideas.
Fast-paced stealth set to a ticking clock makes this a procedural platformer to savour.
Precision and simplicity converge in this bizarre and wonderful automotive football game.
Beneath the wonderful presentation is a surprisingly conservative game that borrows too many of its best ideas.