Monday, May 27, 2019

Game Reviews

Jurassic World Evolution review – a beautiful, overly brutal park sim...

I need to keep 900+ guests in my park for three consecutive minutes. This is a doddle, I reckon. I'm making $350,000 a minute...

Resurrecting a forgotten internet, warts and all • Eurogamer.net

  Hypnospace Outlaw is an early internet simulator, a recreation of the world wide web from the 1990s - a thing not everybody used all...

Ride 3 review – a generous, if flawed, racer • Eurogamer.net

Milestone's a funny little developer, hovering indefinitely somewhere above or just below adequacy as it churns out game after game. Ride 3 is its...

Weekend Warrior – Something Old, Something New

February is a big month for gaming, with huge titles like Anthem, Jump Force, and Far Cry: New Dawn knocking on our doors. Some...

V-Rally 4 review – a 90s throwback that’s too clumsy for...

  How long has it been since the last unabashed, bluntly straightforward and no frills arcade racer? So much time has passed it may as...

Sushi Striker review – fantastic puzzler proves that not everything’s better...

In all the excitement around the Switch's first year, it's been easy to lose sight of what's been lost now that Nintendo has effectively...

DontNod Explains Reasoning For Life Is Strange 2’s Schedule

Today DontNod announced the schedule for the remaining episodes of Life is Strange 2. One thing that caught fans' attention is the big gap between...

Underworld: Ascendant review – a strangely essential development disaster • Eurogamer.net

Underworld: Ascendant is positively paranoid that you'll forget that it's an immersive sim. A crowd-funded successor to Looking Glass Studios' landmark RPG Ultima Underworld,...
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