One of the best games of 2013 gets even better in this new, spruced-up PS4 version of Naughty Dog’s masterpiece.
Watch Dogs offers plenty of action by way of its hacking mechanic, and is one of the best open-world games we’ve seen, even if the narrative falls a little flat.
Frustrating, annoying, intensely repetitive and almost intentionally broken, Octodad definitely isn’t for everyone.
Though it never reached the heights in critical and commercial mass that Ratchet and Clank did, Sly is a more than worthy recall from those glory days of the PS2.
Created with the coffee budget of a AAA title, Strike Suit Zero is a worthy throwback to the golden age of space-based flight combat games.
Dark Souls II is the culmination of a hundred different brilliant ideas melded into one near perfect hardcore experience.