Watch Dogs 2 – Review

November 20, 2016

The sprawling, sun-soaked and varied terrain of Grand Theft Auto V’s Los Angeles and Watch Dogs 2’s San Francisco Bay Area truly feel like gigantic playgrounds.

The Crew – Review

December 19, 2014

The Crew, an ambitious new open world racer, aims to take things one step further with an entirely seamless sea-to-shining-sea drive across the 50 states.

Rayman Legends – Review

September 20, 2013

The developers of Rayman Legends have taken the ol’ “if it ain’t broke…” approach with this follow-up.

Splinter Cell – Blacklist – Review

September 6, 2013

The best-playing games are always worth coming back to. Bayonetta, Gears of War. Guitar Hero/Rock Band. Splinter Cell: Blacklist now sneaks onto that list.

Far Cry 3 – Review

December 28, 2012

Far Cry 3 delivers a full-bodied open world game, showing strength in all areas of its design rather than focusing on one aspect and leaving the remainder to wither.

Assassin’s Creed III – Review

November 23, 2012

Assassin’s Creed III shares a lot of its structure with its predecessor, Assassin’s Creed: Revelations. That’s mostly a very good thing.

Rayman Origins – Review

November 18, 2011

The best-looking sidescroller ever made, but its presentation isn’t just defined by its gorgeous, colorful artwork. It’s got style and personality.

187: Ride or Die – Review

April 28, 2006

The meat of the game revolves around tracks similar in size to those in a Mario Kart title. And the similarities to cart racers don’t end there.

Rainbow Six – Black Arrow – Review

February 28, 2005

The levels take place all over the world, not just the Middle East. Environments are bigger, brighter, and more colorful than the predominantly industrial ones seen previously, and include a subway terminal, ancient ruins, and a fancy hotel. Terrorists are considerably smarter, love their RPGs, use hostages as human shields, and exhibit considerably more interest in survival.