Author Martin Robinson

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  • Undertale review

    One of 2015's very best gets a well-handled port to PlayStation - and Toby Fox's wonderful RPG finds the perfect home on the Vita.

    Recommended PC PS4 Vita

    54
  • Matterfall review

    Housemarque widens its lens with a take on 90s run and gunners, resulting in an enjoyably chaotic if overly slight adventure.

    PS4

    26
  • Splatoon 2 review

    An improvement in nearly every way on one of Nintendo's finest games in years, Splatoon 2 is only let down by a lack of big new ideas.

    Recommended Switch

    106
  • Valkyria Revolution review

    Sega's spin-off of its much loved series only serves as a melancholy reminder of other, better games.

    Avoid PS4 Vita One

    52
  • Arms review

    Arms does for fighting games what Mario Kart did for driving games, and the results are absolutely splendid.

    Recommended Switch

    191
  • Dirt 4 review

    Dirt 4 is an authentic and innovative off-road racer, though it lacks the focus and finesse of its exceptional predecessor.

    PC PS4 One

    86
  • WipEout Omega Collection review

    The dearly departed Studio Liverpool's much-loved series is given a lush makeover in this generous compilation.

    Recommended PS4

    114
  • Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia review

    A revival of a 1992 Famicom game that never made it out of Japan, there's more to Echoes than a mere history lesson.

    Recommended 3DS

    40
  • NBA Playgrounds review

    NBA Jam is revived in this spiritual successor, though not everything's quite as you remember it...

    PC PS4 Switch One

    30
  • Scanner Sombre review

    Scanner Sombre is a fascinating experiment that's beautiful, smart and a little too insubstantial.

    PC

    13
  • Mario Kart 8 Deluxe review

    Nintendo fixes one of Mario Kart 8's only shortcomings in a generous port of a modern masterpiece.

    Essential Switch

    307
  • Snake Pass review

    Sumo Digital makes its solo debut with an old school platformer that's inventive, charming and a little too frequently infuriating.

    PC PS4 Switch One

    72
  • Super Bomberman R review

    Hudson Soft's much-loved series gets a surprise revival where great local multiplayer is balanced out by weak online and a premium price.

    Switch

    119
  • Horizon Zero Dawn review

    Guerrilla Games goes open world in this sumptuous, enjoyable yet overly generic new age sci-fi RPG.

    PS4

    549
  • Sniper Elite 4 review

    Schlocky, supple and slicker than what's gone before, Sniper Elite 4 is a riotously entertaining WW2 stealth adventure.

    Recommended PC PS4 One

    93
  • Motorsport Manager review

    An exquisite eye for detail and a nerdish passion for the sport makes this a fine foundation that's slightly undone by a handful of flaws.

    PC

    20
  • Robinson: The Journey review

    Crytek's VR outing is a sumptuous theme park ride that's sadly too shallow and bland to justify the full-price cost of entry.

    PS4

    73
  • 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

    103
  • Rez Infinite review

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

    Essential PS4

    169
  • 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.

    PS4

    29
  • DriveClub VR review

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

    PS4

    126
  • Recore review

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

    PC One

    154
  • F1 2016 review

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

    Recommended PC PS4 One

    80
  • Metroid Prime Federation Force review

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

    3DS

    74
  • The Assembly review

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

    PC

    11
  • 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

    40
  • 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

    149
  • Fire Emblem Fates review

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

    Recommended 3DS

    33
  • 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

    75
  • 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

    292
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