Indie Adhesive Games punches far above its weight thanks to a kit-bashing approach to its futuristic maps and mechs.
Hitman: Absolution (2012)
Lives of wealth and privilege are violently interrupted by Agent 47 in another luxuriously detailed use of IO's Glacier technology.
Homeworld Remastered Collection (2015)
Gearbox makes good on its acquisition of Relic's orphaned franchise, bringing artwork and technology back to the future.
Injustice: Gods Among Us (2013)
Mortal Kombat custodian NetherRealm completes its infusion of 'heroic brutality' into the DC universe.
killer 7 (2005)
Grasshopper Manufacture made its name with this polarising member of the 'Capcom Five', a hyper-violent and ultra-stylised shoot-em-up noir.
Killer Is Dead (2013)
The art of Grasshopper's mad, devious take on James Bond sits halfway between previous games killer 7 and No More Heroes.
The Lego Movie (2014)
TT Fusion takes a charming detour from the steadily evolving franchise for this 100% brick-based movie tie-in.
Life Is Strange (2015)
Shades of Donnie Darko complement the dreamy, 'lens-whacked' look of Dontnod's episodic curio, where a highschool shutterbug gains time-warping powers.