I wanted to like Nero, I really did, but as the credits rolled all I could do was wish I could get my two hours back.
Xbox One Game Reviews
Project CARS doesn't suffer fools, and although the average race requires the need for speed, slowing things down to smell the roses, as well as develop your skills, is the only way you to stay on this all too difficult, yet ultimately satisfying, track.
While State of Decay: Year One Survival Edition won't wow returning players, this is one state you shouldn't mind revisiting.
Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China attempts to quell that clamoring with a taste of what an AC game set in this part of the world could be while also introducing a new and experimental way to play, but if this is the best they could do perhaps we're all better off with the status quo.
Visceral dialed back a bit on the outrageous action movie vibe, but added a few new wrinkles to the franchise's trademark combat and multiplayer. Even with that shift in focus and a different studio behind it all, Battlefield Hardline doesn't feel all that different from previous efforts.
Are you looking for something to chill your bones? Something to make the shadows seem that much longer and the night that much darker? Something to put the fear back in you? Then you definitely won't want to play Slender: The Arrival.
We're now officially halfway through Telltale's trip through Westeros, and the twists and turns show no signs of stopping.
Ori and the Blind Forest is a massive undertaking on a scale that I had not anticipated. Where I expected a simple platformer instead lies a Metroidvania adventure sprawling across a map that doesn't fully fit on the screen. From the Forlorn Ruins to the Ginso Tree and everything in between, this is a massive and beautiful world inhabited with wonder and danger.
Developer Frontier Developments calls this new game a "spiritual successor" to Roller Coaster Tycoon, which is quite a lofty bar to set for a brand new IP like this, but the game fills its end of the bargain quite admirably.
Fans have been wishing for the perfect Dragon Ball Z game for a long time, and Dragon Ball Xenoverse makes it clear that they'll need to collect the dragon balls again and wish for something else.