Citadel: Forged With Fire is a classic example of a PC game being ported to console without bothering to optimize, well, anything.
Tag: Massively Multiplayer
The Crew 2 takes the good parts of the first instalment and boasts mesmerising landscapes of a vast open America. Whilst there are flaws it is still a blast to play through even though the online experience could be better.
A unique culinary take on Battle Royale which performs excecptionally and has beautiful landscapes and is visually stunning compared to other games in the genre.
Genesis is a fun controller-only MOBA that makes a handful of interesting changes to the genre's core formula.
If Sea of Thieves used the Ark game engine, had way too much ambition and way too many bugs.
Elsweyr is the most satisfying and welcoming expansion to date and the perfect entry point for new and unexperienced players.
DayZ is truly one of a kind experience, but it is also a game which will require quite few patches before it is truly enjoyable, and worth its steep asking price – or you know, one big one.
I don't think God would let this game into heaven, at least not yet.
An ambitious title that is good in gameplay, but also one that is marred by technical issues and graphical imperfections.
A decent Monopoly-clone that easily matches its playability, all within a price range that won't break the bank.