Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Review (PS4, Xbox One, PC)

Updated review Black Ops 3’s multiplayer feels, more so than perhaps ever before, like a suite of modes and options which enable those who get serious about Call of Duty – like the guy I saw buying four copies of it on day of release, presumably for he and his – to get really serious. …

Firewatch review

Firewatch is one of the most enthralling slices of entertainment I’ve ever experienced. For 5-6 hours you’ll walk in the hiking boots of Henry, a likeable, slightly chubby man-with-a-beard in his late-30s. After a devastating, tragic development in his family life, Henry takes a job as a fire ranger in Wyoming, with the intention of …

Need For Speed Review (PS4, Xbox One, PC)

You’re the new Rad Dude on the block, you just totally evaded those narcs from the Ventura Bay PD and you’re totally invited to this party where some hip-hop will be played and… yeah, this is what Need For Speed is like this year. If it could be summed up in a word, it would …

Unravel review

I hate the word ‘cutesy’. It’s something that’s undoubtedly already been used to describe Unravel and yet is somehow completely at odds with the game itself. While you’ve probably already seen plenty of the charm on offer, this beautiful side-scroller deserves your attention far more than its handcrafted sensibilities might suggest. Erase the inevitable comparisons …