Press F to pay respects
It's been quite the fall from grace for The Division 2. After launching a year ago to widespread praise, the looter shooter all but disappeared off the face of the earth over the summer months as developer Massive Entertainment struggled to keep fans engaged with lacking content drops and controversial patches. Three minor...
Land of the free hit
The Division 2 is a good, solid looter shooter. At points, it's a fantastic looter shooter, but at the time of writing, it has just a handful of notable issues holding it back. Ideally, a game releases with no problems whatsoever, but in this age of live services, regular content updates, and feedback-based patches, expectations...
Mind the gap
We still haven’t quite concluded what makes the “work simulator” sub-genre so compelling, but Train Sim World definitely taps into it. Like the early days of Farming Simulator, this game’s obsessive adherence to protocol and attention to detail makes it an experience we’ve found strangely compulsive – even if we’ve spent...
Flu York, Flu York
In The Division it's amazing how quickly society goes to pieces. Admittedly, a genetically engineered super virus that manages to wipe out a large swathe of New York's population seems a reasonable catalyst, but you would have thought that it would have taken more than a few weeks for things to get as messed up as this. Anyhow, in...