MLB The Show doesn't revolutionize baseball sims, but solid gameplay keeps it compelling.
RIDE 4 looks the part, but fundamental issues keep it from truly shining.
Tennis World Tour 2 has some good aspects, but they never fully combine into a satisfying whole.
Despite some blemishes, WRC 9 offers a solid, if challenging, experience.
Project Cars 3 strays wildly from the formula of the past. While that may alienate long time fans, the end result is a blast to play
PGA 2K21 offers a solid experience on the green, but the production values feel dated compared to other games in the sports genre.
EA Sports UFC 4 isn't perfect. But the experience is a lot of fun both in and out of the arena.
Hyper Scape has charm and potential, but confused design choices permeate the experience.
Rocket Arena offers some decent multiplayer action, but thin content and mechanics keep it from staying engaging.
SAO: Alicization Lycaris offers a strong core, but it’s wrapped in strange choices and clunky designs.
NASCAR Heat 5 may not be revolutionary, but it’s a solid and enjoyable racing simulation.
There’s some appeal here for enthusiasts of the sport, but some faulty design and dated production hold the experience back.
Those Who Remain offers a fascinating horror story. Unfortunately, the game it’s built around isn’t as compelling.
After nearly a decade, Terraria’s content updates come to an end with the best expansion yet.
Though it can feel dated in spots, Saints Row: The Third Remastered still offers ridiculous, over the top fun.
Super Mega Baseball 3 offers a lot of fun elements, but they never quite combine into a cohesive whole.
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Predator: Hunting Grounds is a great addition to the multiplayer shooter genre, with plenty of fun to be had regardless of which side you choose to play.
MotoGP 20 offers a realistic simulation for enthusiasts of the sport – and little else.
Phantasy Star Online 2 suffers from some clunkiness, but fills a void, on Xbox in particular, very well.