The lights are on
There has been a lot to see since the two new consoles made their debut, and you may have missed some of our reviews. Lucky for you, we’ve pulled our reviews and impressions together in one convenient place.
This week we have a wide range of titles on the review block, but just like last week, amid a host of next-gen reviews it's a handheld title that “pops up” from the rest.
Forza Motorsport 5 – Microsoft Studios – Turn 10 Studios“This is the most fun I've had racing in a Forza title, and yet it's not the most complete entry in the franchise.” – Matthew Kato
Tearaway – Sony Computer Entertainment – Media Molecule“Tearaway is brilliantly out of step with much of mainstream game development. It’s gentle, distinctly British brand of whimsy and imaginative visual style makes it an experience unlike any other you’ll have this year.” – Matt Helgeson
NBA Live 14 – EA Sports – Tiburon“From the unintelligent commentary and overenthusiastic crowd to the inferior player models and awkward movements that lack transitional animations, NBA Live 14 feels like a game in arrested development.” – Matt Bertz
Ryse: Son of Rome – Microsoft Studios – Crytek“The visuals are breathtaking, but the gameplay flips on a dime between being legitimately fun and downright bad.” – Andrew Reiner
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