Destiny 2: Forsaken PS4 We’ve had a quick crack at Last Wish – and we’d have cleared it were it not for the autumn review-code rush. But Forsaken’s appeal continues to lie in just how much there is to do, even if we’re starting to minmax a little and focus our efforts on the most rewarding activities when we log in. A couple of months after an expansion’s launch, Destiny is normally beginning to feel stale. It is still in the rudest of health. Dark Souls Remastered Switch At last. The name is a bit misleading, to be fair: this is more of a port of the 360-era original than the lavish rebuild available elsewhere. The audio’s a mess, and whoever remapped the button layout, and then refused to let the player change it back, needs a +15 Zweihander to the face. It is not the most technically proficient version of Dark Souls, but it’s the only one that fits in our work bag, which makes it by default the best. Mario Kart 8 Switch The novel assist features in this Switch re-release – auto-accelerate to keep novice drivers moving, and smart steering that prevents them hurtling off the track – are as much a blessing as a curse. One member of the Edge brood thought it was all his own doing, you see, and so assumed he had nothing left to learn. After an extended, parentally enforced break, our champ has finally got his first proper win. Now to take off the training wheels. Wish us luck.