Your gaming month sorted with our definitive reviews
We don’t know about you, but after the disappointment of both Destiny 2 and Star Wars: Battlefront II, we’ve had a rather big online multiplayer-shaped hole in our lives. There are some benefits to such a gap however: It leads us to trying things we normally wouldn’t invest that much time in and finding unexpected hits. Step up
Monster Hunter: World which has been wowing us as we slay beasts with our friends, but does it do enough to fill that hole? Read our thoughts on p62. Elsewhere we get to frolic with a cute dragon fox thing in the forest in Fe (p66). With its love for music it might as well be considered magical karaoke as you get to sing to trees. It looks similar in style to
Ori And The Blind Forest, but here’s hoping it’s not as sad. Thankfully, we’ve also been able to distract ourselves by becoming fully immersed in all things medieval thanks to Kingdom Come: Deliverance (p72). It’s unlike any other RPG we’ve played, favoring historical accuracy, but also giving you a lot of freedom to choose your own path, be that battling in civil wars or living like a hermit. Finally, we’re readying our fists and feet for some all-out brawling in UFC 3 over on p74. With the most realistic perspiration we’ve ever seen in a game, we’re feeling tired and sweaty just looking at it. Here’s hoping the game itself gives us as much of a work out.