You can't judge a game by its predecessor.
The JHN Files | Reviews
Mirror's Edge Catalyst makes a stellar first impression. But it doesn't last.
You mean there were two groups on that island with dinosaurs on it?
No wonder they're extinct…
Drake finally finds his fortune.
On the eve of Nathan Drake's final adventure, I took a trip back to one of his first.
Who knew fighting for your life could be so enjoyable?
Far Cry Primal is thoroughly enjoyable, but misses the opportunity to be truly special.
This is the game Tomb Raider should have been.
Lara Croft GO is a resounding validation of mobile devices as a platform for games.
A paper-thin story. An enormous plot hole. Dialogue so cheesy it should come with a warning for the lactose intolerant. But none of that matters.
Requiescat in pace.
Far Cry 4 is easily the most fun I've had this generation.
Jurassic World: The Game asks you, quite literally, to spare no expense.
'What do you know about Jason and the Argonauts?'
Within hours of playing my first match, I was hopelessly addicted.
Watch Dogs isn't a bad game — it's just not particularly good, either.
This polygonally challenged adventure is quite different from its high-definition sibling.
Nightmares. Jaffa Cakes. Climbing axes. And more!