Eurogamer.net's Recommended games

Eurogamer.net's recommended games listings are complete for PlayStation 4, Wii U and Xbox One, and date back to 1st January 2014 on other platforms.

  • Dragon Quest 8: Journey of the Cursed King 3DS review

    A JRPG classic is revived for 3DS, and the years haven't dimmed its charm in the slightest.

    Recommended 3DS

    63
  • Gravity Rush 2 review

    Sony's superhero series has lost none of its thrills - or its wayward nature - in the shift to PS4.

    Recommended PS4

    61
  • Stephen's Sausage Roll review

    This game is great! Who knew?

    Essential Mac PC

    133
  • Super Mario Run review

    Nintendo masters - and subverts - the smartphone autorunner on its first outing.

    Recommended Android iPad iPhone

    225
  • Steep review

    Ubisoft's wayward winter sports game is at its best in moments of solitude and exploration.

    Recommended PC PS4 One

    77
  • The Last Guardian review

    Does the successor to Ico and Shadow of the Colossus live up to its lineage? It does so much more.

    Essential PS4

    438
  • Islands: Non-Places review

    A playful, often humorous tour of the modern world's transition spaces.

    Recommended Mac PC

    13
  • Pokémon Sun and Moon review

    Tearing up the rulebook but bringing back the fun, Pokémon Sun and Moon make for the best generation in more than a decade.

    Essential 3DS

    81
  • Planet Coaster review

    It's not without its problems, but Planet Coaster is the finest park construction simulator yet.

    Recommended PC

    38
  • Dishonored 2 review

    Arkane manages to better the already exceptional Dishonored in nearly every way, creating a masterpiece of open-ended design.

    Essential PC PS4 One

    202
  • Watch Dogs 2 review

    Ubisoft's sequel borrows from Rockstar's oeuvre to make a richly enjoyable open world game, despite its online troubles.

    Recommended

    144
  • Tyranny review

    Tyranny's depiction of evil is fascinating and thought-provoking, albeit somewhat obscured by convoluted quest-lines and repetitive combat.

    Recommended PC

    34
  • Football Manager 2017 review

    By focusing on its match engine, FM17 presents an impressive step forward for the series.

    Recommended PC

    28
  • Owlboy review

    It's taken nine years to land, but Owlboy is well worth the wait.

    Recommended PC

    50
  • Slayer Shock review

    Despite the scrappiness, there is something special about this oddball Buffy-alike.

    Recommended Mac PC

    24
  • Titanfall 2 review

    In a banner year for first-person shooters, Respawn delivers what might well be the best.

    Essential PC PS4 One

    233
  • Dark Souls 3: Ashes of Ariandel review

    Evocative and visually inspired, Ashes of Ariandel is a brief but masterly amalgamation of the Dark Souls series' greatest strengths.

    Essential PC PS4 One

    70
  • Civilization 6 review

    Civ 6 harnesses the series' great strengths and adds wonderful new features of its own in an accessible and compelling entry.

    Recommended

    77
  • Thumper review

    Great art and a distinct approach to rhythm action makes this a brilliantly horrible twitch experience.

    Recommended PC PS4

    60
  • 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

    104
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