Fire Tonight is disappointing: it barely tells a story, its gameplay is confusing and largely uninteresting, and it only lasts half an hour.
Ion Fury is a game that knows what it's about, a polished version of the very best of yesteryear with the right attitude to boot.
Although it has solid gameplay and competent aesthetics and music, Century: Age of Ashes just doesn't have enough going for it at the moment.
Watch Dogs: Legion is an ambitious effort with a lot of unique ideas that unfortunately doesn’t quite stick the landing.
Asking morally-challenging questions again and again, Nier Replicant is yet another powerful, immersive and genuinely artistic title from Yoko Taro.
Knight Squad is boring and ugly, with nothing to hold your attention — and arguably nothing to capture it in the first place.