Aiko’s Choice builds on Blades of the Shogun in clever ways, while also being a surprisingly good place to jump into tactical stealth games.
Some PC performance issues aside, Deathloop fulfils a puzzle-box Groundhog Day fantasy few other games have been ambitious enough to touch.
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.
Hitman 3 brings the World of Assassination trilogy to close with a bang (mostly), and some of the series’ best level design to date.
Ghost of Tsushima wears its Akira Kurosawa inspiration on its sleeve, but a lack of authenticity leaves it looking more like The Last Samurai.
The Last of Us Part II sets out for a bold exploration of violence and revenge, but it lacks the subtlety needed to do its ideas justice.
A great game in its own right, Sniper Elite V2 Remastered is also a welcome journey back to origins of one of the best stealth game franchies around.
Hitman 2 is a brilliant stealth game built around the idea of hiding in plain sight, but its quiet satire of the AAA industry is what truly makes it genius.
A new video for Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden outlines what players can expect from its hybrid of turn-based tactical combat and real-time stealth.
Among the host of locations for Agent 47 to undertake his assassination jobs in Hitman 2 is a “luxury beach house” in Hawke’s Bay, Aotearoa.