Dragons & Titans is facing quite a fight if it’s to carve out a niche for itself in what is a hotly contested marketplace. The gameplay is solid enough, built on foundations that are actually over a year old, with the game having originally made its début as a Facebook title in 2013.
I must admit that when I first heard about Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare (PvZGW) I was far from excited. I saw some early gameplay footage and thought “here’s another Gotham City Impostors style game that won’t quite meet the grade” and then thought little else about it. Boy did I underestimate this one!
It’s fair to say that Thief has divided people in much the same way that the Tomb Raider reboot did last year. Eidos Montreal have abandoned certain elements of the old games in favour of appealing to a larger audience. Has the risk paid off? Read our review to find out.
So I finally got around to playing Max: The Curse of Brotherhood, a cartoon-styled puzzle/platform game from Danish developers Press Play on the Xbox One. The game starts off by Max getting home to find that his brother Felix is basically …