"Who do you trust? That's the dilemma at the heart of Lightstep Chronicles."
"The Blackout Club is a unique take on the horror-stealth genre that allows players to group up and experience fear as a team."
"The weapon handling is just as good as you'd expect, the story is great if a little sparse, and killing Nazis feels as great as ever."
"The AI needs a bit of work, however, it's good if you're looking for something light and fun."
"It's not about shifting the pieces in the game but changing how the game itself operates, and only those with a keen perceptive eye can succeed."
"Judgment of Atlantis will actually answer some questions you probably never thought you'd get the answers to."
"The visuals work incredibly well with both the narrative and the feel of the game, immersing the player from start to finish."
"Stranger Things 3: The Game doesn't do the series justice and it also doesn't bring much for those who aren't fans of the series."
"If you like the idea of dystopian fisticuffs with cannibals and genetically-modified gorillas and you can forgive the odd cheap death, these streets are worth exploring."
"This is where things are happening in the genre right now and there's more to come with the next patch updates."
"Say what you want about QTEs, Quantic Dream has built its legacy on this gameplay and the developer makes it work."
"It does have its moments and the unique mark of the developer clearly shows in the game's climax, but emotionally, the story feels too unfocused."
"You don't play Outer Wilds for its characters or narrative, but for the fantastic adventure and all the wonderful places you get to explore."
"After so many years of waiting for a new Castlevania game, we can say that Koji Igarashi has delivered a good one, even if it does arrive with a different name."
"Unfortunately, Trover and the rest of the characters aren't quite funny enough to save the game."
"We. The Revolution is a bitter look into one of the most violent yet underrepresented periods in history."
"It looks good with its crisp and polished visuals, plays well thanks to some solid gunplay and plausible physics, the island itself is interesting to explore."
"We didn't think F1 2019 could add much more, especially in such a short time frame, however, Codemasters has made pole position yet again."
"The classic fighter returns in good form and it brings its unique brand of consequence-heavy swordplay back for a new generation of fighting fans."
"Despite its flaws, the world Frogwares has created is intriguing and the narrative pulls the player in masterfully."
"It's a little barebones in places, and not all modes are created equal, but there's still a lot to like about Mordhau's brand of bloody medieval warfare."
"All its little careful details, beautiful visuals, and charming character moments are great ingredients that together make this feel like digital comfort food."
"It may not receive the honour of being our favourite ESO expansion to date but Elsweyr still makes for a great time whether you're a beginner or a series veteran."
"It lets players face the action in whichever way they choose, be it a staggeringly difficult battle through chaos beasties or just a relaxing horde slaying experience."
"A unique platforming experience which has tight mechanics and a combat system to set it apart from the rest."
"Everything got a little monotonous, and this blend of gameplay is all that Conan Unconquered really has to offer."
"On the cusp of finishing the game you may look at the array of derelicts, supply drops, space whales, and pirate ships and find it hard to want to keep playing."
"Don't be fooled by the sleepy village of Graavik; there's so much more under the surface."
"It plays out like a high-quality radio play that has been brought to life via an interactive pop-up book."
"An enjoyable behemoth slaying co-op experience for those looking for a free-to-play alternative to what's out there."
"The Royal Atlantic Line played host to may chilling moments and some surprisingly diverse locales."
"Controlling SAM provided some of the most unique and innovative storytelling mechanics we've seen."
"A unique experience with an elegant overall design, challenging but fair puzzles, great voice acting, and a lovely sense of nostalgia."
"The game might be a short one, but it most definitely deserves your attention."
"The humour is incredible, the pixel graphics are superb, and the music is truly fantastic."
"The movement mechanics and overall feel of the controls certainly carry the concept, and the fantastic soundtrack only elevates it."
"Racing in teams forced us to approach things more tactically and we enjoyed the added depth of being able to mix and match different parts of our rides."
"Plunging headlong into Chinese politics and intrigue will easily entertain would-be emperors for days on end."
"Overall we thought that Alt Frequencies could have done with a bit more time to breathe."
"Valhalla left us really satisfied after we put it down, and it offers something unique in the visual novel space."
"We loved the X-ray kill-cam the first time we encountered it but extended exposure to it has lessened its impact somewhat."
"We like the portability it offers, and despite some controller issues, it's great to be able to play it on the go."
"It can be really fun, but in many ways, the experience feels stretched out and the content on offer doesn't match up with the quality of the minute-to-minute gameplay."
"It isn't a bad game, it just feels unfinished, and perhaps it should have kept its Early Access tags for a little while longer."
"What the game lacks in narrative, it makes up for in gameplay, visuals and audio."
"It's not a horror classic by any means, but this world is filled with terror, sadness, and a lot that's beautiful in its own weird way, all of which is worth seeing."
"Some niggles aside, Imperator: Rome is an accomplished strategy game that has launched in a solid state."
"It's a really unique game with interesting mechanics that does a great job of putting you in the shoes of a sci-fi pirate.
"When Outward fails you, or you fail it, it stings just a bit more, in part because the game is so different from a lot of what's out there."
"Anno 1800 is a magnificent game to look at and a testament to what an accomplished large studio can achieve."