Dapper Penguin Studios’ logistics management sim is stepping foot out of Early Access into the great wide world.
Fans who have long forgotten the details of the cases they worked through years ago and new players alike are going to find a lot to like about this new version, with improved, HD graphics, better quality sound and a refined interface all coming together to make a solidly entertaining look back at a classic and unusual series.
Degrees of Separation is a game that you'll either love or hate
Resident Evil 2 is a near perfect remake full of impressive visuals, grotesque designs, sharp gunplay and a simple, effective plot. With only a couple of incredibly minor niggles such as occasionally wooden scripting and performance taking the smallest amount of shine off an otherwise beautifully polished and restored piece of video game history, Capcom have proven that even an aged classic can meet modern expectations.
Two Point Studios and Sega are back with a some aftercare and a little more of what ails you in the form of TPH's first DLC package - Bigfoot.
Rolling onto PC and Switch, Katamari Damacy REROLL is a great introduction to a long running series for those who've yet to play and a lovely look back to the origin of the series for those in the know.
'Stores charging 30 per cent are marking up their costs by 300 to 400 per cent' - Epic to take on Steam with a developer friendly digital store
The digital marketplace wars are about to begin...
The Missing – J.J. MacField and the Island of Memories, at it's most basic level, beyond being a mouthful of a title, is a puzzle platformer, with the core conceit being J.J.'s ability to suffer a violent trauma and keep hopping, crawling or rolling along in an injured but undying state.
As a complete package, WWE 2K19 is offering a lot of content with a decent amount of polish and effort put into elevating the story mode after lackluster outings in recent years, but there's little that's changed at the core.
Warriors Orochi 4 is packed full of everything a long running fan of the series or even occasional onlooker might want, be it characters, levels, the ability to upgrade weapons and level up warriors, the escalation of already potent fighting abilities or even just the often silly conversations it's possible to unlock by having certain warriors fight together consistently.
Balance problems detract from what is an otherwise solid game
With such a nebulous sense of reward and limited actions per day, Grimmwood isn't a game I could spend hours at a time getting lost in, but the temptation to return for twenty minutes each day to see if I can help is strong enough to warrant a return and perhaps your interest as well.
Either the story has to be gripping or the visuals have to present spectacle strong enough to drive interest over hours of play. Ideally, a great walking simulator has both. Unfortunately, Anamorphine struggles to hit either mark.