The newest edition of Skyrim adds just enough to entice the few that have yet to play it, or perhaps missed the 8th gen version, but stops short of much else.
Bright Memory Infinite borrows some of the better ideas from modern first-person shooters and combines them with its own flashy identity to great effect.
Riders Republic proves that the open-ended racing format can still work, while simultaneously reminding us of how it can come up short.
Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water skims the surface as a remaster but holds up well as a great horror game.
A step down for the NASCAR franchise.
Hell Let Loose is a flawed but an intriguing experience.
New World delivers a fun and approachable MMO despite being a bit too derivative and lacking polish.
Alan Wake lives on in remastered form.
Xuan Yuan Sword 7 earns its keep with a finely-tuned action RPG experience and a wonderfully told story.
Banana Mania successfully brings the series back to basics with only a few bumps along the way.
Hot Wheels Unleashed establishes its own fun style of arcade racing while leaving most of its competitors in the dust.
Ultra Age leans hard into the basics of its genre while including just enough of its own ideas to make it all work.
Sometimes beautiful - sometimes boring.
A few transgressions with combat and overall polish does little to hold back this inarguably alluring adventure of an unlikely hero in a wonderfully twisted world.
A conservative yet meaningful evolution of the classic RPG.
RiMS Racing strikes its own chord but quickly loses its lead.
More than almost any other game in the series, GTA: Vice City deserves a proper remake.
Eldest Souls takes some common ideas and puts them into a well-made boss rush marathon.
From the staggering amount of things to do and wide array of ways to do them, GTA Online an experience that just has to be played to be believed.
What started out as a disappointing disaster has gradually morphed into a game worthy of the name it carries.