The Age Of Triumph, Destiny’s final update, seems on first inspection to offer more than enough content to keep us on the hook until the arrival of Destiny 2. But the challenges in its Record Book will need dozens of hours of grinding through content we already know too well. Updates to old raids are intriguing, but most of our regular group went their separate ways months ago. The lure of the peerless Vault Of Glass raid, now updated with its old loot at contemporary power levels, means that we’re back, yes – but not, we suspect, for too long.
Parappa The Rapper Remastered PS4
We stroll through Chop Chop Master Onion, of course. A driving lesson is no problem for these experienced hands, either, and a dub-reggae challenge at a market stall is no problem either. But then we must bake a cake, and everything falls apart time and again, as already dodgy timing windows are worsened by an HDTV’s input latency. We get that the purpose of a remaster is to rekindle old flames, but sometimes a warts-and-all remake will reawaken old nightmares, too.
No Man’s Sky PS4
While the prospect of intergalactic travel is undeniably alluring, some of the most enjoyable moments we’ve spent with this flawed – but steadily improving – game have come from hunkering down on a single planet and exploring it more fully. The Pathfinder update makes that much easier, adding new customisable exo-craft – which can now be summoned at any time and are capable of volume-mining with mounted lasers – plus more parts for base construction, and a flexible photo mode.