Left for dead with the walking dead.
Anybody who likes fighting games will find a lot to like about Central Fiction.
Cheaply made, poorly put together and unappealing to anyone who isn’t a fan of NASCAR.
Final Fantasy fans will surely get the most out of it, but we have no problem telling anybody that World of Final Fantasy is a good time.
While ripe for expansion, the marriage of Overwatch and XCOM found in Atlas Reactor is a kernel of genius.
Mafia III is a case study in why open world does not always make things better.
For now, it’s good. It might shine one day.
Xenoblade Chronicles X easily stands besides the few heavyweights we’ve seen so far this generation.
Rouge without a squadron.
A sea of woe and empty gameplay.
Magnetic might have done more to stymie the obvious attraction to Portal.
Despite a visual downgrade, this port is worth your time.
Kiwami isn't bringing Toukiden into a new age, but newcomers are going to find a lot to dig into.
Going in solo is like serving time in the stockade, but buddy up and hitting terra firma is a hell of a ride.
As antiquated as the war it's based on, Bladestorm is mostly a nightmare to play.
An ironic title for a content starved game, even with the bonus episode.
Already putting up a strong front.
Are you willing to go beyond to enjoy infinity?
Anybody says "Giant Enemy Crab", and you'll meet the end of a spear.
Super Smash Brothers Maybe?