The Elder Scrolls Online is out now, and our Imperial reporter Chris Richards has been delving into all the worlds many nooks and crannies. When he’s not getting squished by a troll, he’s having a really good time.
Lego Lord of the Rings has all the elements that gamers have come to expect in a Lego title, with smashing and building aplenty. But it also has a lot of heart, and a full voice cast to boot.
Guardians of Middle-Earth’is an arena-style battle pit featuring characters from J.R.R. Tolkien’s fantasy realm. It looks good, plays well, and is surprisingly accessible to newcomers.
Endless Space is the latest of the space-based 4X type of strategy games. It has a steep learning curve, but offers plenty of fun and replay value for emperors who successfully make the climb.
Back to the Future Episode 1: It’s About Time not only lets us relive an amazing series of movies, but also the coolness of old school point and click adventures.
ArcaniA: Gothic IV is the first game of the Arcania series not developed by Piranha Bytes. New developer Spellbound did a good job, but nothing that would help the game to stand out.
We kick off our exclusive DLC reviews week with a game that can only be found on the PS3: Landit Bandit. For just a few dollars, this funny flight sim is worth the money.
Dead to Rights: Retribution totally reboots the series in a good way, adding a great mix of shooting and hand-to-hand combat, plus stealth missions and a whole lot of blood.
Having started life on the PSP, Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce now ports to the 360 and PS3, where multiplayer modes add great fun to the fortress-storming action.
Actually there is no need to fight over the new LEGO Indiana Smith 2: The Adventure Continues game, with an innovative split screen mode that lets multiple people play, and spread out within a level too.