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Big Bad Wolf's The Council is held back by pacing issues and an inconsistent script.
A new Switch racer for the simulation crowd. Or is it?
Get ready for some bug-squashing action with a whole lot of hammy voice acting on the side.
Get your souls here!
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is a celebration of gaming, and, true to its name, the ultimate Super Smash Bros. g...
Just Cause 4 brings the over-the-top style the series has cultivated into new territory with even more gamepla...
Home Sweet Home is a lackluster entry in a subgenre of horror that’s several years past its heyday.
It may not be Gran Turismo for motorcycles, but it's still damn good.
While fans will still find these games enjoyable, there’s no denying that by almost every metric, they are d...
Back in the saddle again.
The long-running farming simulation franchise is here with yet another entry that does exactly what you expect...
Pokemon Let’s Go’s daring break from the series’ longstanding formula results in one of the most refresh...
Fallout 76 is crippled by pervasive technical issues and fundamental flaws at the core of the experience.
Spyro: Reignited Trilogy is a loving update that is strongly recommended for fans and newcomers alike.
Battlefield V builds upon the excellent foundation laid down by its 2016 predecessor in incredible ways.
Rez meets Tetris in an excellent combination of gorgeous aesthetics and timeless gameplay.
The Walking Dead franchise has a new video game that touts a series of good ideas let down by bad execution.
IO Interactive’s signature series returns with more style than ever.
And say hello, once again, to 300 hours of Football Manager.
FromSoftware disappoints with its first VR venture.