Undoubtedly the most ambitious Halo release, Halo 5 admirably tries to establish its own identity amidst a long-standing and revered franchise history.
PES 2016 celebrates the franchise’s 20th anniversary in style, offering up the best outing in years.
If ever there was a time to get into Metal Gear Solid, The Phantom Pain is probably it.
It’s far from perfect and design issues can severely hinder the experience, but I like how Avalanche Studios has created a game brimming with life, ironically within a world that is hostile towards the will to survive.
It lacks the challenge of the first game but its tighter controls and sleeker visuals give it an upgraded feel. Lack of cooperative play is a major disappointment, though.
I loved returning to MachineGames rebooted Wolfenstein universe, and The Old Blood certainly nails the B-movie feel the developer was aiming for, particularly in the game’s spontaneous shift in the second chapter.
There’s so much content here, with Mortal Kombat X doing a great job of offering an accessible and challenging fighting experience for a genre novice.
There’s no doubting Milestone’s enthusiasm for the sport, and it’s clear that RIDE is very much a game for the fans. The problem however is that it’s bogged down by bad AI and poor design choices, while lacking the sort of atmosphere we expect from a racing game.
You really couldn’t ask much more of a LEGO game. There’s so much content here, a great DC lineup, and plenty of action to keep you entertained for around 10 hours.