Author Martin Robinson

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  • 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

    163
  • 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

    88
  • 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

    358
  • Trackmania Turbo review

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

    Recommended PC PS4 One

    62
  • 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

    191
  • 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

    87
  • 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

    17
  • 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

    72
  • 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

    66
  • 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

    71
  • 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.

    PS4

    68
  • Dirt Rally review

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

    Recommended PC

    131
  • Rainbow Six Siege review

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

    PC PS4 One

    143
  • 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

    203
  • DriveClub Bikes review

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

    Recommended PS4

    162
  • Need for Speed review

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

    PS4 One

    143
  • WRC 5 review

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

    PC PS4 One

    66
  • 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

    159
  • 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

    123
  • 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

    243
  • 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

    123
  • 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

    65
  • 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

    53
  • 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

    67
  • 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.

    3DS

    91
  • The Order: 1886 review

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

    666
  • Assetto Corsa review

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

    Recommended PC

    135
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