Sony's superhero series has lost none of its thrills - or its wayward nature - in the shift to PS4.
Nintendo masters - and subverts - the smartphone autorunner on its first outing.
Ubisoft's wayward winter sports game is at its best in moments of solitude and exploration.
Does the successor to Ico and Shadow of the Colossus live up to its lineage? It does so much more.
Despite the scrappiness, there is something special about this oddball Buffy-alike.
Great art and a distinct approach to rhythm action makes this a brilliantly horrible twitch experience.
Virginia's an astonishing piece of narrative design, and a game that goes where few others are capable of following.
Live action games rise again, just about, in this clumsy but earnest adventure.
A playful examination of the relationship between human and machine, and a focused, entertaining puzzler.
Heart Machine's slash-'em-up is punishing and precise - and incredibly beautiful.
A lovely setting can't quite make up for a game that plays things a little too safely.
One of the 3DS's sweetest stars gets a typically ingenious sequel.
Playdead's follow-up to Limbo is a superior game in every way.
Insomniac's Oculus debut blends great art, effective stealth design and VR's powers of immersion for wonderfully unsettling results.
Pared back and wonderfully focused, Dangerous Golf brings the spirit of Burnout indoors.
Housemarque's latest offers brilliant loot and levelling, but it's the moment-to-moment action that truly excels.
If you can handle the wild river - and the odd bug - there's plenty to love in this heartfelt survival game.
Digital violence has never been so intoxicating - but there's more here than mere slaughter.
Gorgeous and clever, Campo Santo's debut is a triumph of craft - but it may keep you at arm's length.
Generous and surprising, Cobalt's also blessed with central mechanics that are a joy to master.
Punishing and beautifully crafted, Darkest Dungeon is cruelty at its classiest.
Free aiming and ricochet shots bring wild life to this exquisite turn-based blaster.
Julian Gollop's devious turn-based classic receives a worthy update.
80 Days arrives triumphant on PC, offering a breathless introduction to the joys of interactive fiction.
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.