Same operators, new scenarios.
A battlefield in and of itself.
Shovel Knight Pocket Dungeon is more than a mere spinoff.
Back into the think tank.
It Takes Two is a beautifully weird and stunningly self-assured game that places cooperation front and center.
Chorus is a gorgeous space shooter with awesome dogfighting mechanics, but that is hampered by its overall structure.
Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl have landed solidly but will leave long-time fans of the Sinnoh region wanting so much more.
Len's Island achieves what its developers envisioned.
World War Z is almost as mindless as its own brain-dead horde.
Unsighted sets a new standard for action in isometric action. Far more than the sum of its DNA, this title is heartbreakingly good.
Sherlock Holmes Chapter One is not so elementary, but certainly exceptional.
Tunche might not rewrite the beat 'em up formula, but its solid mechanics and alluring sense of style are a breath of fresh air for the...
Far more than just a gorgeous and deliciously complex strategy game, Wildermyth invites players to spin their own tales at every turn.
If you have not played Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, you have no excuse now.
Crack open the champagne because Mario Party Superstars is a nostalgic hit.
While it doesn't manage to live up to its immense potential, Riders Republic is still a beautiful and content-rich extreme sports medley.
If game quality is represented by the depth of the ocean, then Moonglow Bay goes down deep, without quite touching the seafloor.
Just in time for Halloween, Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water is a celebration of an iconic franchise on a new generation of hardware.