If you are a gamer that wants to test your reflexes, muscle memory and patience to the max, then we suggest you give Cuphead a shot.
Marvel vs Capcom Infinite doesn’t necessarily stand out as the over-the-top fighting game it once was. But its gameplay is still strong.
Knack 2 is no ‘Ratchet and Clank’ or ‘Jak and Daxter’ when it comes to the world of platforming games, but it does bring interesting elements to the genre.
Not for those with slow reflexes!
Love side scrolling action games? You might like Matterfall then. The short playtime is a downer and the game isn't big on replayability either.
Celebrating 10 years of Uncharted…in style!
Uncharted is back with Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, this time featuring Chloe Frazer, who you might recognise from Uncharted 2 and 3.
A worthy upgrade to Injustice: Gods Among Us
Injustice 2 builds upon Injustice: Gods Among Us and has that familiarity to it. It's a worthy upgrade, both in terms of visuals and gameplay.
You are only limited by your imagination
Lego Worlds is a beautiful game about, well, building worlds and solving puzzles in them. If you like solving puzzles and Minecraft, you will love this...
Tomb Raider + Jurassic Park + Terminator = AWESOME!
A lot of thought has gone into perfecting the story and gameplay in Horizon Zero Dawn. This is both its strength and where it excels at keeping you engaged.
RTS games on console? Check!
Halo Wars 2 might be one of the few real-time strategy games on the console and it's one that's made quite well to be played with a controller.
Resident Evil 7 has moved away from its third person roots in favor of the first person perspective. Is the king of horror games making a return?