Alien: Isolation is not just a brilliant homage to the original film, it's also given us plenty of reasons to be completely afraid of the dark again.
Bayonetta 2 is the perfect game for people who just want to sit down, take up a controller, and beat the ever-living snot out of enemies for hours at a time.
The crux of the Driveclub experience is in its multiplayer offerings, which foster a great community with your fellow racers online, but only when it works.
Trap Team might make it so that your existing Skylanders are rendered useless, but it just might be the best Skylanders yet.
For someone who never had a chance to live the basketball life and never will, NBA 2K15 is a very welcome addition to my shelf.
Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition is the apotheosis of GTA clones and proves itself just as enjoyable and beautiful as all the games and films that have inspired it.
Find The Line is a puzzler which hangs its hat on beautiful illustrations and a mellow, meditative soundtrack.
Hyrule Warriors lives up to its expectations by having as many nuances and tropes from the Zelda series attached to it as it can, but after the fog of nostalgia clears, the game is found to have its fair share of shortcomings.
Persona 4 Arena Ultimax builds on the momentum of the original very well, creating a solid 2D fighting experience within the Persona world.
Set in the Middle-earth of Peter Jackson’s film adaptations of J.R.R Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings series, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor has you playing as the fearsome ranger, Tallion.