Author Martin Robinson

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  • Battlefield 1 review

    Battlefield remixes the formula for its move to WWI, resulting in a patchy but playable campaign and outstanding multiplayer.

    Recommended PC PS4 One

  • Rez Infinite review

    VR finds its killer app in a 15-year-old Dreamcast game.

    Essential PS4

  • Rigs Mechanized Combat League review

    This stylish sports shooter shows that traditional multiplayer games can work in VR, but it can't quite prove that they should.


  • DriveClub VR review

    Evolution Studio's great game is stripped back for this VR standalone, losing more than it gains in the process.


  • Recore review

    A throwback to a different age, Recore's enjoyable adventure is ultimately undone by a litany of problems.

    PC One

  • F1 2016 review

    Codemasters nerds out for its most detailed, most hardcore and most satisfying F1 game to date.

    Recommended PC PS4 One

  • Metroid Prime Federation Force review

    Metroid's first outing in years strips away the series' isolation and exploration for a serviceable co-op experience.


  • The Assembly review

    A breezy sci-fi adventure emboldened by its use of VR that is undone by its mundane underpinnings.


  • Umbrella Corps review

    Capcom's oddest Resident Evil spin-off yet is also its scrappiest, with uneven execution obscuring an otherwise entertaining online shooter.

    PC PS4

  • Mirror's Edge Catalyst review

    DICE's reboot of a flawed modern classic fixes old problems while introducing new ones all of its own.

    PC PS4 One

  • Fire Emblem Fates review

    Vast, gorgeous (and confusingly delivered), Fire Emblem Fates sees Intelligent Systems at the very top of its game.

    Recommended 3DS

  • Star Fox Zero review

    Platinum Games takes a quirky experiment and fleshes it out into a enjoyable Star Fox revival that's stretched a little too thin.

    Wii U

  • Quantum Break review

    A slick yet hollow hybrid of television and third-person shooting, Quantum Break sees electric style winning out over a lack of substance.

    PC One

  • Trackmania Turbo review

    Nadeo makes a concerted effort for console, resulting in a focussed, fantastic Trackmania.

    Recommended PC PS4 One

  • The Division review

    Smart, stupid and scrappy, The Division is an ambitious online RPG that delivers strategy and spectacle in equal measure.

    Recommended PC PS4 One

  • The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD review

    This handsome HD remaster sees Zelda at its most expansive, but also its least adventurous.

    Wii U

  • Californium review

    A frustrating, limited exploration game as well as a delirious celebration of one of sci-fi's greats, Californium is a fascinating oddity.

    Mac PC

  • American Truck Simulator review

    SCS Software's series has its grand homecoming, and a slim initial release doesn't quite hold back its measured majesty.

    Recommended Mac PC

  • Sébastien Loeb Rally Evo review

    An off-road racer with an incredible amount of content, Sébastien Loeb Rally Evo is let down by its own dreariness.

    PC PS4 One

  • That Dragon, Cancer review

    An understandably personal work, That Dragon, Cancer's sentimental excesses place a minor dent in a powerful, brave game.

    Recommended Mac PC

  • Hardware: Rivals review

    Hardware: Rivals is a throwback to a different era of multiplayer, though it's a little too modest to properly pull it off.


  • Dirt Rally review

    Codemasters goes hardcore with this no-frills, punishing off-road sim, resulting in its best game in years.

    Recommended PC

  • Rainbow Six Siege review

    Rainbow Six is revived as an exciting multiplayer experience that's occasionally compromised by its eSports ambitions.

    PC PS4 One

  • Star Wars Battlefront review

    Battlefront's multiplayer-centric action is stylish and refreshingly simple, although it can feel more stunted than streamlined.

    PC PS4 One

  • DriveClub Bikes review

    More than just a pleasant surprise, this expansion puts into focus all that's good about DriveClub.

    Recommended PS4

  • Need for Speed review

    Need for Speed's recent purple patch ends in the mixed influences of this flat and awkward reboot.

    PS4 One

  • WRC 5 review

    A convincing reboot for the series, marred only by its own modesty and technical issues.

    PC PS4 One

  • Mad Max review

    Like Shadow of Mordor before it, Mad Max sees Warner Bros thoughtfully apply its filmic property to an open world.

    Recommended PC PS4 One

  • F1 2015 review

    A welcome reboot for the series, F1 2015 can be more thrilling than the sport itself at present - but it's let down by a dearth of features.

    PC PS4 One

  • Splatoon review

    Nintendo covers new ground with messy colour in Splatoon - and creates one of its finest games in a generation in the process.

    Essential Wii U

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