The 6 best games: say «goodbye» to reality!

From your wheezing original PS4 to Nintendo’s Switch, we’ve picked the best video games you can play across every console available.

1. The Last of Us Part II


One of the greatest games of all time gets the sequel it deserves with a story as vital as ever.

Good Stuff

  • Astonishing graphics, sound design and performances
  • Bold ambitious story with unpredictable narrative arcs
  • Incredibly detailed environments to explore
  • Varied approaches to combat encounters

Bad Stuff

  • Not a game for escaping reality

2. Deathloop


Stop reading this and go play Deathloop right now. That’s an order.

Good Stuff

  • A seamless blend of superb action and organic exploration
  • A unique and gripping story
  • A stunning world that you’ll be gagging to explore again and again

Bad Stuff

  • Tracking leads and missions doesn’t always work as they should
  • The combat may feel a little unchallenging to Dishonored veterans
  • The ending may be dissatisfying to some

3. Halo Infinite review


The best that Halo’s been since the original trilogy.

Good Stuff

  • The best that Halo’s been since the original trilogy
  • Grappleshot is a revelation
  • Excellent multiplayer
  • Surprisingly great story

Bad Stuff

  • Poor battle pass and multiplayer progression
  • Missing several staple features at launch

4. Forza Horizon 5 Review


The pinnacle of open-world racing.

Good Stuff

  • Impossibly beautiful
  • Endless content
  • Peerless driving model

Bad Stuff

  • Er, you hate cars?

5. Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart


Consistently fun and incredible to look at, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is a must-have for your PS5 library.

Good Stuff

  • Takes full advantage of the PS5 hardware
  • Typically imaginative weapons
  • Packed with charm and screwball humour

Bad Stuff

  • Enemy types get a bit repetitive
  • Glitch mini-game is less enjoyable

6. Metroid Dread


Metroid fans have waited a very long time for this game, as we’re glad to say it was worth it.

Good Stuff

  • A world dripping with atmosphere
  • Samus has never felt this good to control
  • The EMMI encounters can be thrilling
  • Solid 60fps performance in handheld mode

Bad Stuff

  • A lot of combat – maybe a bit too much
  • If you want a game to tell you where to go next you might get frustrated
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