EA Sports UFC 3 is the next installment of the MMA fighting franchise, and lets you step back into the Octagon with celebrities like Conor McGregor, Demetrious Johnson, Anderson Silva, and Joanna Jedrzecyk.
With an expanded career mode, the return of a fan-favorite feature and a new lineup of classic F1 cars, F1 2018 will continue the series legacy of providing the most realistic F1 experience fans can get short of climbing into a real-world cockpit.
From RPS: "Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is a rose-tinted window into the late 90s. Barrelling through jungles and smashing crates thats all we did back then. It was an epidemic, like planking and dabbing and whatever people are into now. What care-free days they were. Is it possible to go back? Almost! This trio of remasters preserves the adventures of the jean-wearing marsupial, or at least an idealised version, dragged into 2018 and lavished with fancy lighting and new textures."
From GameWatcher: "There has been some concern among the Fallout fans about the upcoming offshoot of the core series: Fallout 76. In particular, we know for a fact that there will be no singleplayer as such, and we know that there will be no human NPCs either. Bethesda have explained that Fallout 76 is an experimental experience - something different to keep things fresh. With that, we also know that Fallout 76 is going to be a survival multiplayer game first and foremost, with DNA from the likes of Rust and ARK: Survival Evolved."
AusGamers has reviewed Unravel Teo and writes:
In the grand scheme of pushing a little sentient piece of wool through a level and a number of challenges; memories and what they ambiguously mean to someone who worked on the game, or some highbrow lost concept of connection is not something that drives me, or many others, through a game. Purpose and reward for effort is what does that, and so far the Unravel series hasnt unraveled that little design nugget...
From VG247: "Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Alpha Protocol, Fallout 2, Fallout: New Vegas, Pillars of Eternity, and Divinity: Original Sin 2. You might assume this is simply a list of some of the best, most reactive RPGs ever made, but its actually just some of the amazing video games Chris Avellone has written for."