Codemasters pack a lot of new features and welcome new players to F1 2020. But do they risk alienating their sim fan base?
The Surge 2 is the first game in years that has made me think, I can’t get enough! Sure it has it’s flaws, but it still has you coming back for more.
Exception has genuinely fun and engaging level design. However, it is a frustration that it fails to keep the player engaged through the story.
If you like the show, KILL la KILL – IF is an easy recommendation. It’s a solid fighting game that doubles up as a love letter to the anime it’s based on.
Etherborn is a mind bending platformer. The visuals and score will calm your nerves, even when the camera and controls try their hardest to rattle them.
Subdivision Infinity DX is a blast from start to finish. With genuine feeling combat and a story that holds ups up well, albeit a brief one.
F1 2019 builds on top of last years game by offering a better user experience, more online modes, more cars and a touch of graphical upgrades.
Car Mechanic Simulator may actually teach you a thing or two. Red Dot Games have laid out a very intuative way to explore and fix the car of your dreams.
This week in You Might Have Missed, Kieran is taking a look at Mighty Gunvolt Burst the Mega Man-like that is often better than the series and inspired it.
Outward is a word that you will say over and over again as your respawn in the city for the umpteenth time after dying in the harsh world that is Outward.