Paradise Killer builds a believable fiction out of an unbelievable premise as it sees you investigating an otherworldly murder.
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Ghost of Tsushima wears its Akira Kurosawa inspiration on its sleeve, but a lack of authenticity leaves it looking more like The Last Samurai.
Mafia II and Mafia III: Definitive Editions are now available for PS4, Xbox One, and Steam, with a full remake of the first game to follow later this year.
Initially announced only for PC, ION LANDS’ story-focused, open-world cyberpunk game is also coming to Switch, PS4, and Xbox One.
Days Gone skirts around some subversive ideas, but a weak ending turns it into just another generic zombie story. Its open world is better than most, at least.
Metro Exodus trades claustrophobic tunnels for an open-ish world, but a lot of Metro’s unique identity is lost in the grab at mainstream appeal.
Dynasty Warriors 9 was a divisive game at launch, to say the least. With a new trial, you can decide for yourself before shelling out for the full thing.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey barely looks like an Assassin’s Creed game at first glance, but it’s as good as ever at building a historical playground.
Square Enix has released a new trailer outlining what players can expect from Just Cause 4’s ‘Demons, Dare Devils and Danger’ Expansion Pass in 2019.
Starlink: Battle for Atlas is Ubisoft’s take on toys-to-life, and an experiment in making the toys aspect optional (but worthwhile) pays off.