Friday, September 20, 2019

Game Reviews

Overkill’s The Walking Dead review

It was the environmental storytelling that hooked me first; a thousand tiny, inconsequential props that told me a story that the characters alone could...

Fallout 76 review – a bizarre, boring, broken mess • Eurogamer.net

Fallout 76 strips away most of the things I love about Bethesda's Fallout games and replaces them with human-controlled avatars. But while other players...

Darksiders 3 review – a pale imitation of itself • Eurogamer.net

There's something of the palate cleanser to the faithful hack and slash game. When elsewhere the worlds are getting bigger, the narratives more urgent...

Community Solves Destiny 2 Puzzle After Bungie Releases Hint Missing From...

  Bungie has revealed that one of the reasons the recent Niobe Labs puzzle that had been stumping player recently was far too difficult because...

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,...

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...

Just Cause 4 review – likeably scrappy open-world carnage • Eurogamer.net

Weather effects and party balloons see a knockabout charmer return in decent form. Christian Donlan Features Editor My favourite character in the new Just Cause is called...

Parkitect review – the finest theme park sim for years •...

A significant chunk of my formative years can be defined by the heave and splat of hundreds of tiny computer people retching violently...

Ashen review – a soulful journey through a sublime ruined world...

Ashen is about exploring and cleansing a newly radiant world, but it's often at its best in the dark. A few hours into this...

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate review

Where, exactly, to start with a game like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate? Maybe it's in one of the 74-strong roster of fighters, such as...
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