Bound isn’t perfect, but it is one of the most visually arresting games of 2016 and one that makes you feel the joy of being a dancer. It’s a narrative journey, rather than a traditional platformer, which may turn some gamers away from an otherwise mesmerising game.
We waited for the first mega patch to finish before reviewing the hard-boiled dungeon crawler Necropolis from Harebrained Schemes. This is one brutal action RPG in the vein of Dark Souls, and not for the faint of heart.
A classic for the PSP, God Eater Resurrection comes blazing back from the dead with newly remade gameplay for the PlayStation 4 and Vita. How does this revamped title stack up to the original?
Quality and comfort are two defining features of HyperX’s new Cloud Revolver headset. Perfect for eSports gamers looking for an edge or regular players craving a more immersive experience, loading up the Revolver is a great choice.
It’s another trip into the robot laden apocalypse with Perfect World Entertainment’s Livelock, a fun yet very generic top down shooter available now for consoles and the PC. While the single player experience may be a bit lacking, when playing with friends, Livelock really shines.
For those of you looking for something cool to do with your aging Nintendo 3DS hardware, give Monster Hunter Generations a try. Not only is this the best Monster Hunter, but one of the greatest games for the entire platform. Long live the hunters!
If you need a break from daily life, do yourself a favor and dive into the visual masterpiece of ABZU. You may find yourself riding on the backs of giant fish, swimming with dolphins or exploring the mysteries of a giant kelp forest. Your underwater adventure awaits.
Playing to complete the tacked on ‘centre of the universe’ and Atlas path objectives leads to a grind-style rinse and repeat experience, which misses the point of No Man’s Sky. It’s not a perfect game, and it’s not for everyone, but there’s lots to enjoy in No Man’s Sky.
Brigador is an amazing new indie title that somehow seems to combine the best elements of games like MechCommander and Hotline Miami into a neon-drenched kill-fest featuring an almost completely destructible environment for your mechs to conquer.
Flying around in a spaceship exploring new worlds, meeting new characters and alien races, going on quests, combating enemies with plasma weapons and future tech while enjoying a sci-fi story sounds great, right? Unfortunately, PlanCon: Space Conflict does not quite offer everything it set out to achieve. Still, this one is worth a second glance.