Destiny: Rise Of Iron PS4 While elements of the power curve rankle, our time with Rise Of Iron has become a good deal more enjoyable now that we’ve reached the endgame, and can focus our attention on the activities that will take us to the level cap. It won’t take long, but no matter – it’s probably time we got around to playing all those other games anyway.
Forza Horizon 3 Xbox One We found Playground Games’ replotting of the Australian southeast a little jarring – and we’ve only holidayed there. Passing the controller to a visiting citizen of the land down under, we expected them to be thrilled, but the sketchy geography, and a selection of cars and music that’s hardly culturally ’strayan, meant our guest turned away disappointed. Thankfully, the rest of us can enjoy, with blissful ignorance, one of 2016’s best driving games.
Jazzpunk: Director’s Cut PS4 The funniest game of 2014 is now the funniest game of 2016 with the release of this enhanced version for PS4, featuring new gags and fourplayer splitscreen support for the brilliant Wedding Quake. Again, it appears to have been rudely ignored, though launching just as most PS4 owners have spent £350 on a VR headset is an unfortunate piece of scheduling. Happily, its comedic timing is rather better – two years on, it remains a surreal hoot.