Our own Deon du Plessis has been getting hungry during lockdown, so he tried out Nando’s new Kerbside Delivery solution to find out if it’s worthwhile.
God Of War is an objectively great game, but those expecting the debauched slash-fest of old may be in for a shock.
Far Cry 5 adds nifty AI allies, an arcade level creator and some decent PVP and co-op, but this series’ template is showing fatigue.
Blackwood Pines Sanatorium is beautiful, if a little empty.
Shadow Of The Colossus on the PS4 is one of the best remasters in recent memory and a must for newbies and veterans alike.
Okami HD is a worthy port of a fantastic and unique gaming experience. Buy it. You won’t be disappointed.
LA Noire Remastered is something of a curio in the current market, and is all the better for it.
The Force is not strong with this one.
Need For Speed: Payback is suffering in a vacuum. This shouldn’t be the case.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus impressively builds on the foundations of its predecessor, even if its story still can’t nail tone.
The Evil Within 2 plays like a tasting plate of horror influences. It rises above the sum of its parts, but it stands just outside of greatness.
Cuphead is a gorgeous and rock-hard run ‘n gun that’ll repel as many as it attracts.
Yakuza Kiwami is a welcome remake of an underrated classic which, while far from perfect, is very essential.
On the evidence of its first episode, Life Is Strange: Before The Storm may be worth a visit to Arcadia.
Knack 2 certainly looks the part, but playing it is a dull and repetitive experience.
Splatoon 2 is less of a sequel than it is a slightly more enhanced version of its predecessor. It’s still fantastic fun, though.
Billed as a cyberpunk horror game, Observer is more successful at scaring players with its ideas than its monsters.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy sees the return of two of the franchise’s most interesting characters in a superb – if short – adventure.