Author Christian Donlan

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  • Alienation review

    Housemarque's latest offers brilliant loot and levelling, but it's the moment-to-moment action that truly excels.

    Recommended PS4

  • The Flame in the Flood review

    If you can handle the wild river - and the odd bug - there's plenty to love in this heartfelt survival game.

    Recommended Mac PC One

  • Superhot review

    Digital violence has never been so intoxicating - but there's more here than mere slaughter.

    Recommended Mac PC One

  • Firewatch review

    Gorgeous and clever, Campo Santo's debut is a triumph of craft - but it may keep you at arm's length.

    Recommended Mac PC PS4

  • Cobalt review

    Generous and surprising, Cobalt's also blessed with central mechanics that are a joy to master.

    Recommended PC 360 One

  • Darkest Dungeon review

    Punishing and beautifully crafted, Darkest Dungeon is cruelty at its classiest.

    Recommended Mac PC

  • SteamWorld Heist review

    Free aiming and ricochet shots bring wild life to this exquisite turn-based blaster.

    Recommended 3DS iPad iPhone Mac PC

  • Chaos Reborn review

    Julian Gollop's devious turn-based classic receives a worthy update.

    Recommended Mac PC

  • 80 Days review

    80 Days arrives triumphant on PC, offering a breathless introduction to the joys of interactive fiction.

    Recommended Mac PC

  • Super Mario Maker review

    An elegant level editor that offers real insight into three decades of platforming brilliance.

    Recommended Wii U

  • Zombi review

    The GamePad's gone, but Ubisoft's undead are just as feisty and thrilling as ever.

    Recommended PC PS4 One

  • Everybody's Gone to the Rapture review

    The spiritual successor to Dear Esther transcends the original in every way.

    Recommended PS4

  • Submerged review

    Set in a drowned city, this game of exploration lacks the substance or conviction to hold your attention.

    PC PS4 One

  • Victor Vran review

    An engaging ARPG that comes with a handful of neat ideas.

    Recommended Mac PC

  • The Swindle review

    Fast-paced stealth set to a ticking clock makes this a procedural platformer to savour.

    Recommended PC PS4 Vita Wii U One

  • Rocket League review

    Precision and simplicity converge in this bizarre and wonderful automotive football game.

    Recommended PC PS4

  • Yoshi's Woolly World review

    Beneath the wonderful presentation is a surprisingly conservative game that borrows too many of its best ideas.

    Wii U

  • Magicka 2 review

    Magicka 2 is short and sweet - and it also feels like a bit of a missed opportunity.

    PC PS4

  • Cosmochoria review

    Playful yet surprisingly brutal, Cosmochoria is filled with strange mysteries.

    Recommended Mac PC

  • Invisible, Inc review

    Klei turns its hand to turn-based stealth - and the results are beautiful.

    Recommended Mac PC

  • Code Name: STEAM review

    This is the strangest, most wilful game Intelligent Systems has ever made - and that's part of its greatness.

    Recommended 3DS

  • Super Mega Baseball review

    Driven by beautiful physics and an ingenious approach to the basics, this is the essence of baseball.

    Recommended PS3 PS4

  • Boxboy! review

    Behind the stylish black and white art is a puzzle-platformer that really wants you to enjoy yourself.

    Recommended 3DS

  • Ironcast review

    The gem-matching's pretty simple, but the strategy is surprisingly complex.

    Recommended Mac PC

  • Sid Meier's Starships review

    Slight but delightful, this is a lovely convergence of strategy and tactics.

    Recommended iPad Mac PC

  • Frozen Cortex review

    Stressful and violent, Frozen Cortex offers great sport and beautiful strategy.

    Recommended Mac PC

  • Helldivers review

    Brutal, panic-inducing and hilarious, Helldivers is Arrowhead Game Studios' co-op madness at its best.

    Recommended PS3 PS4 Vita

  • Pokémon Shuffle review

    A dull puzzler, undermined by the grasping philosophy behind its business model as much as the actual amount of money it could cost you.


  • Grow Home review

    Grow Home elevates climbing and collecting things to a new level of playfulness.

    Recommended PC PS4

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