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System Genre Score Sort order

Star Wars Battlefront II

PC / PS4 / Xbox One

"It never gets boring watching Yoda rip through enemy lines with his lightning-quick lightsaber (as long as he's on your side, of course)."

Text: Mike Holmes

World of Warplanes 2.0

PC

"The new update is without a doubt the right occasion to start playing again."

Text: Marco Vrolijk

Figment

PC

"Let's just say he isn't exactly Mario, but instead, somewhere between Sonic the Hedgehog and Solid Snake."

Text: Jon Calvin

Sonic Forces

Nintendo Switch / PC / PS4 / Xbox One

"Sonic Forces doesn't come close to restoring Sonic's reputation in the third dimension, and perhaps suffers even more with it coming mere months after Sonic Mania did such a good job."

Text: Sam Bishop

Call of Duty: WWII

PC / PS4 / Xbox One

"The campaign is phenomenal, and the Zombies mode is probably the best it's ever been."

Text: Ford James

Yomawari: Midnight Shadows

PC / PS Vita / PS4

"A horror experience that we'd recommend to any fans of the genre, especially those looking for something a little different."

Text: Sam Bishop

Dungeons 3

Linux / Mac / PC / PS4 / Xbox One

"It's undoubtedly the strongest entry into the franchise so far, but does little to distance itself from previous entries."

Text: Kieran Harris

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Nintendo Switch / PC / PS4 / Xbox One

"It's a blast in every sense of the word, and as far as we're concerned it's the best shooter of the year (so far)."

Text: Mike Holmes

Megaton Rainfall

PC / PS4

"We enjoyed playing God for a while, and remembering that with great power, comes great responsibility."

Text: Petter Lundberg

Road Redemption

PC / PS4 / Wii U / Xbox One

"Despite some issues, there's fun to be had with Road Redemption."

Text: Jon Newcombe

Assassin's Creed Origins

PC / PS4 / Xbox One

"The world of Assassin's Creed Origins is a triumph of virtual architecture, artificial intelligence cycles, and dynamic systems, all working together."

Text: Ricardo C. Esteves

Golden Krone Hotel

PC

"Some smart choices in key areas mean that those new to the genre will find their feet pretty quickly."

Text: Mike Holmes

AER: Memories of Old

Linux / Mac / PC / PS4 / Xbox One

"The visuals are minimalist, beautiful, and timeless, and the soundscape is simple but altogether powerful in its own right."

Text: Terje Mardon Kello

A Mortician's Tale

PC

"The themes it tries to get across, and the lovely manner in which it does that, is worthy of anyone's time."

Text: Sam Bishop

Rogue Trooper Redux

Nintendo Switch / PC / PS4 / Xbox One

"The world it creates around you, and some of the levels that you see, will leave a lasting impression once the credits have rolled."

Text: Sam Bishop

WWE 2K18

Nintendo Switch / PC / PS4 / Xbox One

"The new graphics engine, eight-man matches, and carry-system slightly improve the core gameplay experience."

Text: Jake Brook

Tokyo Dark

PC

"Tokyo Dark isn't groundbreaking, but it does what it sets out to do; tell a fascinating story in an intriguing world."

Text: Ford James

Elex

PC / PS4 / Xbox One

"It had us firmly hooked with its blend of fantasy and sci-fi RPG elements, but an overall the lack of polish held it back."

Text: Kieran Harris

Inmates

PC

"While there's no real fear or feeling of danger, the game does offer some atmosphere reminiscent of horror."

Text: Stefan Briesenick

The Evil Within 2

PC / PS4 / Xbox One

"The smoother and deeper gameplay makes up for some shortfalls when it comes to story."

Text: Sam Bishop

Echo

PC / PS4

"For every praiseworthy moment, there's another that pulls you out of the experience."

Text: Magnus Laursen

Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony

PC / PS Vita / PS4

"It's a Danganronpa game worthy of the name, and it should keep you hooked for the many hours it takes to explore."

Text: Sam Bishop


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