Author Martin Robinson

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  • 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

  • Destiny: House of Wolves review

    With its sweeping changes and fresh additions, House of Wolves is the best thing to happen to Destiny since its launch.

    Recommended PS3 PS4 360 One

  • Kirby and the Rainbow Curse review

    A warm-hearted, endlessly inventive revival of a modern classic, Kirby and the Rainbow Curse is another Wii U exclusive charmer.

    Recommended Wii U

  • Affordable Space Adventures review

    Affordable Space Adventures is an inventive, charming environmental puzzler that makes full use of the Wii U's many quirks.

    Recommended Wii U

  • Ride review

    An effective effort at making a Gran Turismo for bikes, Ride doesn't do quite enough to convert non-believers.

    PC PS4 One

  • Xenoblade Chronicles 3D review

    A technically impressive port of a masterly RPG, though the small screen ultimately proves too restrictive for a game of this scope.


  • The Order: 1886 review

    Short, shallow yet utterly sumptuous, The Order: 1886 is a narrative-driven shooter that already feels dated.

  • Assetto Corsa review

    When it comes to replicating the simple, intoxicating pleasure of driving, no game does it better right now.

    Recommended PC

  • Forza Horizon 2 Storm Island review

    This is an excellent expansion, complementing the main game while underlining what exactly it was that made that Forza Horizon 2 great.

    Recommended One

  • This War of Mine review

    This War of Mine's simple message might might be slightly compromised by its strengths as a game, but it's still worthwhile.

    Recommended Mac PC

  • Mario Kart 8 DLC Pack One review

    This wonderful DLC takes Mario Kart beyond the Mushroom Kingdom - and makes a great racing game even better.

    Recommended Wii U

  • F1 2014 review

    PC PS3 360

  • Bayonetta 2 review

    Bayonetta 2 is an iterative sequel; luckily, it's iterating on genius.

    Recommended Wii U

  • Sportsfriends review

    Sportsfriends is a quirky and distinctive celebration of the social side of games.

    Recommended Mac PC PS3 PS4

  • Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes review

    Ground Zeroes sees MGS casting away so many of its cinematic pretensions and falling in love with being a video game all over again.

    Recommended PC PS3 PS4 360 One

  • TxK review

    TxK is quirky arcade showboating at his finest, and it's absolutely mint.

    Recommended Vita

  • Need for Speed: Rivals review

    Ghost Games' first Need for Speed takes the very best of Criterion in this excellent package.

    Recommended PC PS4 One

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