Anthem boasts a beautiful world and satisfying combat, but it falls short in what was once BioWare’s biggest strength: its storytelling.
It’s clear that the people at EA Vancouver loves their hockey, and with NHL 19, they may well have created one of the best hockey games of all time.
The Jacksonville shooting has put a spotlight on, among other things, the toxic community that plagues Madden. It needs to change.
I was skeptical about how an sequel would avoid undermining Unravel’s perfect ending, but Unravel Two manages that with new characters and a new story that’s every bit as brilliant.
A decade on from its original release, Burnout Paradise is back and looking better than ever. Let’s just hope this sells well enough to convince EA to greenlight a new Burnout game.
Between Burnout Paradise Remastered and Onrush, 2018 is shaping up to be a very exciting year for those of us who look for a little less realism in our racing games.
The phenomenon that is The Sims finally comes to PS4 with The Sims 4, with all the humour and deep life simulation that we’ve come to expect.
As one of the few people who’ve never played Mass Effect before, Mass Effect: Andromeda has been a welcome – if flawed – introduction to the series.