Red Dead Redemption 2 review –

“Red Dead Redemption 2 has a lot to live up to, not least because it includes people and places from the previous – and much beloved – game. It’s a strange beast, this one: enormous, glorious-looking, and boasting some of the best voice acting ever committed to the medium.” Read the full review on

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 review –

“It was a risky move going completely online, but Black Ops 4 delivers blockbuster shooting in a package fit to burst. There’s something for everyone here, just be prepared to die plenty.” Read the full review on

We Happy Few review –

“Exploring We Happy Few’s dark story and world is a quite the trip, but sadly just isn’t a fun enough experience to heartily endorse” Read the full review on

Far Cry 5 review –

“In case you hadn’t realised by now, we like this game a lot. It’s a clever refinement to a series that needed a refresh. Like Assassin’s Creed: Origins last year, Ubisoft has taken a beloved series and given it enough attention to make it feel new again.” Read the full review on

Metal Gear Survive review –

“Konami has delivered an incredibly weird yet strangely compelling game – albeit one with limited appeal. If you’re into the hardcore survival genre, though, there’s definitely something here to feed those self-punishing tendencies.” Read the full review on

9 of the best cases for the Apple iPhone X –

“The Apple iPhone X is the most expensive iPhone ever. It’s also officially the most breakable iPhone ever, according to the billion or so drop tests cluttering up YouTube recently. Put these two facts together and you have either a recipe for disaster or a cast-iron need for a good case. But fear not, because…

Call of Duty: WWII Review –

“CoD WWII is a game that wants to have its grizzled, back-to-basics cake and eat it too. For the most part, it gets away with walking this audacious tightrope. Underneath its ultra-visceral graphical polish is the thrilling spirit of arguably the series’ high point: Call of Duty 2. Clichés and marketing buzzwords be damned, but…

WipEout Omega Collection review –

“A visually arresting collection of the final few WipEout titles that will bring the series to a new audience, while reminding the rest of us how ahead of its time Studio Liverpool’s series truly was.” Read the full review on