How did the year shake out then?
In this week's Scotch Corner Stuart reviews the first Forza Horizon 4 expansion - Fortune Island, tries out the Ataria Retro Handheld, and talks to Suda 51.
Farming Simulator 19 is reviewed this week and the real life machinery is compared to the digital version, as well as Road Redemption and a Sonic interview.
The team look back at the 3rd of their picks of last year, this one being all about their favourite horse riding simulator.
The team look back at the second of their picks of last year, this one being all about everyone's favourite God botherer.
The team look back at the first of their picks of last year, this one being all about everyone's favourite assassin simulator.
In the final Scotch Corner of 2018, Stuart runs down his top 10 games of the year. Will there be any surprises for the top spots?
In this week's Scotch Corner Xmas special it's all about Smashing Bro's, Grappling Foes, Lamenting Woes and Raking with Hoes (maybe not that last one).
Let's get the duck out of here.
No reviews this week, all the space was needed for fitting motorbikes on the page.
One month to go... who's making progress and who's stalled?
The mummies return.
Hitman 2, Pokemon: Let's Go Pikachu and Darksiders III are all stalked by Stuart this week.
Red, green and blue light district.
Attack of the clones.
Start the ball rolling.
Stuck for something gaming related to get this holiday season? Never fear, Stuart is here!
How long? Not long, because what you reap is what you sow!
Rollin', rollin', rollin'.
Boots on the ground, boots in the ring, and boots quaking in fear.
Can't often call a game epic without it being hyperbole. Red Dead Redemption II is though. Truly.
Lego and Warhammer make the headlines this week.
This is the sandbox playground refined to within an inch of its life and left waiting for you to finish the job.
On the 100th Anniversary of WWI there's a game to relive part of that experience... and a few cowboys and racers join in the reviews this week too.
A Lovecraftian detective RPG that wants you to pull back the veil on the notion of sanity and embrace the dark.
It's that time again... who's top of the pile this month?
Swords, shields and sandals.
It's just not right.
Anyone would think we're fans of this game or something.