I do wish there were a few campaign missions with the Tyranids and it can definitely be a bit of a daunting prospect for newcomers, but if you push through will find that Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector is a wonderful experience that will make you get the miniatures out again. Say goodbye to your social life.
Iron Harvest is an absolute delight to play. If you’re a bit of an RTS noob you’ll never feel overwhelmed by the sheer amount to do or how to control your diverse army. The story will help keep you engrossed over the lengthy play time, as Iron Harvest Complete Edition provides access to characters you’ll actually care about, all as you hope to lead them to triumph.
The Last Stand: Aftermath is a fantastic roguelike zombie shooter. It’ll make you think, in detail, about every decision, if only as planning is such a key part of the experience. Aesthetically it’s a little rough around the edges, the music is sub par and it’s not scary, but everything else is such a joy that you’ll genuinely forget about the bits that don’t work.
NHL 22 has started to lay down the groundwork for a great ice hockey game. It’s incorporated new mechanics in X-Factor players, graphically it’s improving and the gameplay is a mixture of fluid simulation and fast paced arcade which is a great balance. However, Be A Pro mode is still stagnant, there is a heavy reliance on spending real money on card packs in Ultimate Team and there just doesn’t feel like enough new additions to get excited by.
Since the political developments of Brexit and the events that followed, Britain has found itself a little isolated from society. No longer being able to stand this once great nation's demise, Her Majesty, The Queen of England, has decided to establish S.P.I.F.F.I.N.G (Special Planetary Investigative Force For Inhabiting New Galaxies) for one mission, and one mission only: To boldly go where no man has gone before and explore the cosmos for an inhabitable planet to colonise, ready to build a shiny new Great British Empire. In space.
Taking all of the original ideas from Titanfall and building on top of them, Respawn Entertainment has created another incredible game where you can call giant robots from the sky and kick ass. Titanfall 2 is an undeniably fun and robust sequel that must be played. It just has to be seen to be believed.
Love blood? Love metal? Love classic 16-bit platformers? Then here is the perfect game for you - just in time for the Halloween season. You play as Baythorn who is, quite literally, called back from hell to the world of the living once more to defend the land of Chalh from the Vampiric Lord Vroll. Yeah you heard it right, let’s play Slain: Back From Hell.
With the recent release of the critically acclaimed Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Square Enix have released their first DLC to the series that brings a whole load of new gameplay that will be sure to excite fans.
Get ready for a brand new mode on Valentino Rossi The Game and drive around in Radio Controlled cars. These nippy little vehicles will be sure to add some variety to the already fantastic game and give players the chance to see who's the radio controlled king!
Get ready to take on the best teams in the NBA with 10 new DLC teams on NBA 2K17. Play with some of the greatest basketball talent to come out of these 10 Universities and show which College reigns supreme.
Do you like The Legend of Zelda? Is The Wind Waker your favourite game? If the answer is yes, then you’re going to love Oceanhorn: Monster Of Uncharted Seas. It is a perfect homage to the classic action-adventure game that won the hearts of millions, but does a game that seems to copy so much, manage to stand on its own two feet?
With the recent release of Carmageddon: Max Damage on Xbox One, Stainless Games have unveiled two new cars to add to their already impressive roster with some new DLC. So get ready to cause maximum chaos with these two metal mangling machines.
Over the years the Shoot ‘Em Up genre has given us some incredible titles – Radiant Silvergun, Battle Garegga and, of course, R-Type. In comes the small Argentinian developer OPQAM to try and rekindle our love affair with the classic shmup game, but have they done so? Not really.
Currently in Early Access on PC, Merge Games have announced the full release date for their teeny tiny open-world multiplayer survival game - Smalland: Survive the Wilds. And as they do so, Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 versions are confirmed.