We ventured through Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince's magical environments to find a score to assign the fourth part of the long-running tale.
"Designed as a bizarre and outright silly physics-based golf parody, What The Golf? takes all the best parts of the sport and puts it into a blender of erratic madness."
"This isn't a love story of the grandeur of Beauty and the Beast, but it's a tale as old as time, when two people love each other and have the confidence to be themselves."
"It's a unique cocktail of dark moments mixed with over-the-top silliness, all of which combines with a web of mysteries to produce a very special game indeed."
"Ghost Recon: Breakpoint is definitely a fun game at its core, but its identity crisis and focus on quantity over quality shines through in a way that lessens the experience."
"This is a worthy continuation of Yooka and Laylee's journey though, one that doesn't feel like a spinoff either."
"Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones is a Lovecraftian game that struggles to really set itself apart from others in the genre."
"The themes are really important to talk about, especially in this day and age, and it's an eye-opening insight into how relationships can be a lot harder than they first appear."
We've had a lot of fun with Project Vein's bloodcurdling souls-like action RPG experience Code Vein.
"The environments feel more open and varied, side quests provide variety, and there have been some subtle but appreciated tweaks to combat."