All texts by Rasmus Lund Hansen
"It brings back memories of old Disney platform games like Aladdin and The Lion King, which is a big, big compliment."
Gamereactor takes the PAX demo of Hotline Miami 2 for a spin. It's short - but also as efficient as it's gory.
"Blizzard brings more adventure, more loot and more randomness to Diablo III."
Let's get the bad news out of the way first: when Rocksteady finish with Batman: Arkham Knight, that's it.
"It's fun and entertaining, and beneath the simple surface and the fart jokes there's a surprisingly well functioning RPG."
"In this single player DLC, Naughty Dog expands on the story of The Last of Us, and the result is nothing short of excellent."
"For every second of actually doing something or making decisions, you'll be faced with several minutes of just waiting around. It's an anti-game."
As luck would have it we were invited into the closed beta for Reaper of Souls to sample what changes Blizzard are making to Diablo III.
Durotan. Gul'dan. Ner'zhul. Grom Hellscream. Some of the most iconic names in Warcraft lore - now World of Warcraft players will finally get to experience them first hand.
Blizzard premiered their take on the MOBA genre - Heroes of the Storm - at BlizzCon this weekend. Rasmus shares his first impressions.
Plus mobile versions of the game en route.
"The world is your playground and you can do as you please in it."
"Let's be clear: we like Arkham Origins. But in the twin shadows of Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, it's hard not to view the game as a disappointment."
Use your index finger to pick off bad guys in a humourous on rails shooter that uses Leap Motion.
Xcom borrows from Civilization with the upcoming expansion, where you'll be evolving your soldiers with alien DNA.
The Devil is in the detail, as hell heads to Playstation 3 and Xbox 360.
"While Origins was fantastic, Legends is so packed with inspiration, ideas and inventiveness that its predecessor almost seems monotonous by comparison."
Rasmus has given the long-awaited Titanfall a test drive at Gamescom, but can't quite see where all the excitement is coming from.
Rasmus joins a cast of familiar characters for a short trip to South Park.
With the game's first expansion, Blizzard brings in new content and leaves no stone unturned when updating some of the more maligned parts of Diablo III.
Expansion confirmed at this year's Gamescom, trailers and screens within.
Orcs, Elves and collector cards. Blizzard takes a somewhat atypical outing in the Warcraft universe.
"This is clearly the best game in the series that we have seen on this console generation."
"While falling far short of the standards set by its predecessor, Company of Heroes 2 is worth a look, despite its flaws."
Skyscrapers come crashing down and Commander Mode returns as we sample the multiplayer side of Battlefield 4.
Signs point to rebranded Xcom being announced very soon.
"There is not a shred of an original idea or concept anywhere to be found. No vision, no attempt to be anything but forgettable."
A new game? An add-on? We just don't know yet.
"The first Bioshock was one of the best games of this generation. In comparison, Infinite feels like a quantum leap."
"After a decade on the sidelines Sim City finally makes its return."
"Aliens: Colonial Marines fails to alter any of our preconceived notions about licensed video games."
"Lacking the pacing to make for a successful horror, and with combat mechanics not built for straight action, the game doesn't impress in either."
"The powers of darkness team up with the powers of good on regular basis."
"There's rarely more than a split second of difference between life and death. You are always massively outnumbered, enemy reflexes are razor sharp, and death comes quickly."
"Whether you're in the middle of an intense race, or just cruising around to explore and find cars and billboards, Fairhaven is a pleasure to drive in."
Id Software returns with a re-release of Doom 3, but are the tweaks and additions enough to hide its age?
"The Pandaren are both fun and charming, mixing their zen-like wisdom with a weakness for homebrew."
"Simple, elegant, and at the same time immensely stressful and intense. Welcome to the refined Xcom."
"This could prove to be one of the most influential games in the genre."
"Dead Island Riptide is a sequel just the way we like them: more of the things that made the first game fun..."
"Like Americans going to Japan only to eat at McDonald's when they could have been eating the same burgers at home."
"It looks nothing like a quick cash-in on a trend by sticking a well-known license on top, but a well crafted and well thought out take on the genre."
"Superman throws an uppercut that sends his opponent flying into the stratosphere, chases after him, and punches him back to earth."
"I click and I click. Family houses go here, roads go there. This lot is for stores, this one for industry. The tax money is rolling in, and my citizens are happy. I'm expanding as fast as I can."
"One feels that the choice of genre and setting was chosen because it was how they could best support the story and not vice versa."
"In spite of a lot of good ideas this one goes down as a game that held a lot of promise and potential."
"Diablo III delivers that gameplay that has kept us playing throughout the entire night with previous chapters."