Kris Polglase’s itchy trigger finger gets a work out in Rebellion’s newest WWII shooter, Sniper Elite III.
One of the original first-person shooters returns in surprising style set in an alternate history ruled by Nazis.
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.
With its unfinished storyline and meagre attempts at anything fresh the game pales in comparison to its Marvel and Lego Movie contemporaries, but remains competent enough for the young fans.
Super Time Force is everything you used to love about hard-as-nails Super Nintendo games stitched mad-scientist-style onto everything exciting about quirky modern indie platformers.
Frustrating, annoying, intensely repetitive and almost intentionally broken, Octodad definitely isn’t for everyone.