NBA 2K21 has the potential to be special, and it gets the fundamentals right on so many levels, but it’s held back by the usual suspects.
The latest reviews for all of the latest and biggest games, across Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.
The Xbox Series X is merely a portal to something grander, a golden door leading to a network of fantasy.
The Razer Kishi is the best Xbox peripheral you can buy right now
For more than a decade, NBA 2K has been at the forefront of the genre. Not much changes with NBA 2K21, but that may be its biggest problem.
Brimming with confidence, overflowing with content, and firmly established among the genre’s best, Far Cry 5 stakes early claim as one of the year’s best. You don’t want to miss the sheer insanity of Hope County, Montana.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy has made it clear more extravagant stories based in Naughty Dog’s adventure-obsessed world – and not centered on Nathan Drake – are surefire winners and must-buys if they can retain this high level of cinematic storytelling, platforming and gunplay in a neat 10-hour or so single-player package.
If you’re looking for the brutality of a Dark Souls in a sci-fi setting, then The Surge is probably up your alley.
Yooka-Laylee is a fantastic game that delivers on its aspirations as Banjo-Kazooie’s spiritual successor.
We’ve waited a while for Battlefield 1’s first expansion to hit, and it’s a mighty fine addition to what was already a fantastic game.
It’s an important first step for a franchise looking to enter into a new generation. It might get off on the wrong foot, but some crafty navigation quickly gets it back on track.