Grid Legends finds its niche alongside Forza Horizon and Gran Turismo, offering track-based thrills for all skill levels.
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Looks better than it plays, but it's got a good heart.
The narrative is strong and dark, but the game beneath it struggles to keep up.
Fun, cartoonish pirating, which makes you feel cheeky rather than evil.
An extremely intelligent sci-fi interrogation sim that's unpredictable for all the right reasons.
All three of me agree, there's nothing quite like it. Quantum League is worth your time.
A joyful mix of stealth and action, the fun doesn't snag on the rough edges.
Perhaps an online community would provide a spark, but as it is, it's pretty rusty.
A pleasant mix of gentle puzzling and body horror, PHOGS! is a very good boy.
A great example of how to craft a new game from an existing idea.
A smooth and mesmerising experience that includes nothing it doesn't need.
Incredibly tough but perfectly fair, Ghostrunner cuts the cybernetically enhanced mustard.
Despite a little turbulence, The Falconeer takes you on a memorable ride.
A hardcore team game that's fun when you work together, despite some unfriendly systems.
BPM is a great concept somewhat fumbled, redeemed when it breaks its own rules.
Despite variable success with the choice element, this is a kingdom you’ll want to save.
Excellent writing and vibrant characters help to overcome prominent technical issues and unwelcome repetition.
A great one-shot adventure or an enjoyable grindfest, depending on which you want.
Lost Ember is a wonderful, unique, and unforgettable experience with a love for nature.
Unaware of its absurdity, Blacksad: Under The Skin fails at much of what it attempts