Horse Tales: Emerald Valley Ranch review
Gather ‘round horse girls and boys, for an open-world horse-taming adventure that’s equally ambitious and exasperating.
Overwatch 2 review: heroes never die
Overwatch 2 improves on the highly successful team hero shooter, albeit with more emphasis on 'shooter' than 'team'.
Shadows over Loathing review - Jazz it up
Positively bursting with goofy gags, punchlines, and absurdity, Shadows Over Loathing is a cosmic-horror RPG that is very easy to…
A Little to the Left Review - Everything in its right place
A Little to the Left is a charming, delightful, and satisfying game centred around tidying up small household objects.
Sonic Frontiers review – A speed bump in the road
Sonic Frontiers is a mishmash of odd ideas – although the freedom and speed of its traversal are a joy.
Signalis review – 1990s survival horror resurrected
Signalis modernises traditional survival horror ideas, and crafts a pleasingly mysterious and aesthetic journey.
Gotham Knights Review – The Bat is dead, long live the Batfamily
Gotham Knights is determined to escape the shadows of the Arkham series – but lives up to its legacy regardless.
New Tales from the Borderlands review – Froyo and friendship
New Tales from the Borderlands is an intimate and surprising spin on the classic Tales formula.
A Plague Tale: Requiem review - Life, death and lots of rats
A cinematic narrative adventure with a strong identity, stunning set pieces, and lots and lots of rats.
Scorn Review - Compelling, disgusting, nauseating
Despite its gruesome, nightmarish, and repulsive world, Scorn is very good at piquing your curiosity about its environment and mysteries.