More of the same, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing
A hollow reduction of the Mario Party formula that no fan should have to endure.
The point and click adventure genre gets a twist of Agatha Christie in this series of charming locked room mysteries.
Your perseverance is rewarded in this inaccessible, but elegant RTS.
An amalgamation of previous DLC, the Champions bundle is lacking in new content, but new maps, modes and cosmetic options are decent for the most part.
High fantasy and rugged puzzle design overcome a mixed bag of writing quality in Daedalic's latest Dark Eye adventure.
A snazzy pirate-themed Dynasty Warriors clone, One Piece: Pirate Warriors represents the anime in style, but it is quickly weighed down by overly simplistic mechanics.
Rayman continues his winning streak with, what is arguably, the platforming highlight of 2013.
A delightfully accurate history sim/RTS, Europa Universalis offers depth but also adds the usual learning curve associated with this.
Ducktales gets a new coat of paint but the gameplay isn't quite as robust as the 1989 original.
Pikmin makes a glorious return, but it's haunted by a consistent feeling of deja vu.
Mario and Luigi return to the RPG genre to give the role-playing experience the 3DS needs.
The year of Luigi kicks off to a questionable start in this frustrating expansion.
Tales of Xillia finally launches outside of Japan, and it's everything you were hoping for.
The return of the Librarians makes this DLC something special.
We discuss the future of FIFA Ultimate Team with the guys who know it best.
Potential for limitless user generated content make Shadowrun's return a glorious one.
A long time in the making, Mortal Kombat's transition to PC is an effortlessly smooth one.
Brave New World treads new and old ground alike to make the best Civilization title to date.
Will the new Android microconsole really incite a revolution?