Can developer WB Montreal step out from Batman’s shadow, or are these caped crusaders trapped in the dark?
Browsing: Open World
Thrilling car chases and memorable campaign levels aside, this reboot of Saints Row struggles without its charismatic legacy cast and doesn’t do nearly enough to improve its monotonous side content.
Ghostwire: Tokyo conjures a brilliant, atmospheric rendition of Shibuya, but that potential is wasted on a bland, generic open-world game.
ELEX II puts the jank in Eurojank, but if you can endure (or enjoy!) it’s unwieldy combat, there’s a rich, fascinating world to discover.
Horizon Forbidden West is a huge adventure with plenty of new features to make use of. Here are some tips to help kickstart your journey.
A sequel to a game as beloved as Horizon Zero Dawn always risks losing some of the magic, but Forbidden West is an improvement in every way.
Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning hits a bit different a decade later, but still finds that satisfying RPG loop that the original thrived on.
Maneater hits the right tone with its satirical take on the ‘Jaws effect’, but gameplay falls flat and it loses a lot in the Switch port.
Days Gone on PC is the same fun but forgettable game we saw on PS4, but looking better than ever and with some neat DLC packed in.
Lost Judgment is due to release in September, sending Yagami to Yokohama on a new investigation that includes… skateboarding?