Grand Theft Auto V PS4 GTAV’s re-release may have come with a host of improvements, but its online component runs off the same wonky rack of servers as before. A planned evening with the long-awaited co-op heists turned into a frustrating few hours of dropouts and error messages. A few days later, the heists proved to have been worth both the wait and the matchmaking headaches, but the world’s best-selling game deserves a better network backend than this.
Ryse: Son Of Rome PC With a new graphics card to put through its paces and no copy of Crysis 3 to hand, we turn our attention to the PC port of Crytek’s Xbox One launch game. As was the case at launch, it’s the art direction, rather than the resolution or framerate, that catches the eye. Sadly, as before, no amount of effects can disguise a QTE-riddled combat system displaying such a shortage of ideas.
Destiny PS4 Our Titan hit level 32 and we walked away. Within a week, we were back, taking our Warlock down the same, well-trodden path. Before long, she hits the new level cap and it takes us all of a minute to create a Hunter. We now stand a few more evenings away from being as close to finished with Destiny as it is possible to be. Something tells us we won’t be able to keep away for long.