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.
It’s better to be lucky than good.
Rally quite something.
Kill the Boss(es).
A platform for recovery
Proving that the most horrifying things are often human in nature.
Throwing plot points at a wall to see what Styx.
Everything and the kitchen sink.
The road to bullet-hell is paved with good intentions.
Time to go rogue.
Apparitions of grandeur.
Dwarves and disappointment.
Mordheim: City of the Damned makes it's debut on console bringing Warhammer strategy - but brings with it a lot of complexity.
A reminder of the 'golden age' of <b>Call of Duty</b>
Don your gas mask and fight through the trenches in Battlefield 1.
The biggest ever roster and unparalleled customisation options mean this is the deepest WWE game to date.
You can't keep a good undead down.
Teleportation adds a change to the shoot 'em up formula.
Time to trade in guns and rocket launchers for a spears and arrows. Can Far Cry Primal bring something different to the Far Cry table?