Category: Game
Deliver Us The Moon

Saving the planet, one giant leap at a timeKoen Deetman is part of a generation of developers that is increasingly looking upwards for inspiration. Yet Deliver Us The Moon isn’t focused so much on cosmic concerns as real-world disquietude, the search for a new home a pressing worry in light of ...

EVE Online Review: The Brave Betrayal

The story of one EVE ONLINE player and the sacrifices she made to shape a virtual empire. Alice ‘Draleth’ Bevan-McGregor wasn’t having a good day. Beyond the transparent shimmer of her covert ops frigate, Brave alliance – her alliance – was having an old fashioned witch hunt, and their pitchforks ...

Game of Drones Review

Drones are proving to be more popular than ever. So join David Crookes as he looks at some of the best models and the legal problems surrounding unmanned aerial vehicles There may well come a time, perhaps in the very near future, when a major city will see the whole sky blacken above it as drone ...

47 reasons why Hitman is one for your crosshairs

Still smarting from the fan reaction to his last game, Agent 47 hits PS4 on 11 March for the first episode of his new, six-part outing. We infiltrate Square Enix to test an early build and uncover 47 reasons why Hitman is one for your crosshairs For the world’s best assassin, Agent 47 sure has ...

Helldivers Review

Helldivers is the finest cooperative game since Left 4 Dead, a frenzied team-based shooter where, if your enemies don’t get you, you’ll be got accidentally by your friends instead. It’s Starship Troopers meets Keystone Cops, a blend of frenetic action, tongue-in-cheek satire and slapstick comedy. ...

End Game Review

The decline, evolution and future of the RTS To speak of the ‘death’ of a genre is always a bit ridiculous, but real-time strategy as traditionally conceived has certainly seen better days. If the genre were a round of deathmatch we’d be well into the final third, with all resources tapped, the ...

Ratchet & Clank Review: Lombax to the future

This April, two of PlayStation’s biggest heroes will unleash a double-barrelled assault on fans across the globe: hitting cinemas with their feature film debut, and crashing onto PS4 for the first time in a full remake of their PS2 platforming classic. Matthew Pellett dives into the game and movie ...

Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Review

We’ll go to very distant lands NI NO KUNI is back! Are you excited? Once again, it looks as though we’ll be playing as a little boy going through some tough times, though instead of fish-out-of-water Oliver dealing with grief and thrown into a fantasy land, we’ll be focusing on Evan. Actually, King ...

Matterfall Review

How very Outlandish… Of all the developers we expected to announce a game with a pre-rendered cinematic trailer, Housemarque was the among the last. For a studio that’s repeatedly made ripples in the industry for its visually impressive arcade shooters, and consistently innovative 2D-plane ...

Eve: Valkyrie Review

The space-based dogfighter setting out to define modern VR gaming The countdown begins as our ship adjusts itself on glittering red lanes before locking into place. Three… Two… One. Suddenly we’re propelled forward at such force we almost fall out of our chair, the speed and the roar rapidly ...