One of the 80s’ biggest arcade games is now literally in your face.
Xbox One X marks the spot for Rare’s long-awaited online pirate adventure.
Gaming’s first lesbians are back.
A puzzle game with boobs? Should have called it Titris.
90s platformers were great, until you go back and play half of them.
What’s Minecraft is yours craft.
If my massive backlog of videogames is any measure, 2017 was alright. A bit too alright. With Nintendo back on form, there was barely a reprieve from awesome releases. In a way, this was a tragedy: some of the most well-regarded releases of the year, sat on my grubby list of shame. Here’s hoping for a shit 2018, then. In the meantime, here’s 10 games I did play, all of which were good enough to justify typing out some words of enthusiasm. Yay, enthusiasm!
Art doesn’t have to be beautiful – it just has to touch you inside.
Billed as an authentic driving simulation, Project Cars 2 delivers detail and content by the truckload. Trouble is, I really need more help to unload it all.
Meteorologically speaking, these are quieter times in Arcadia Bay. And yet, the social drama in this prequel is no less tempestuous.