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A tense, slow-paced tactic game that doesn’t mind wiping your entire squad at the drop of a hat.
Not quite a headshot, but still a hit.
Mario Party’s debut on Switch is a conservative game.
Reached for the sky, but doesn't get there.
An adventure that will give Fist of the North Star fans something to enjoy though other players’ mileage may...
WWE 2K19 is not without its issues, but it's still the series' strongest entry in years.
The old-school charm of The Bard's Tale 4 can't mask its performance issues and annoying design decisions.
Capcom's iconic Blue Bomber is back in the limelight.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey is one of the very best Assassin's Creed games Ubisoft has ever made.
Playgrounds' latest deftly balances all of its new features with the same excellent gameplay.
FIFA 19 makes some significant improvements on the pitch.
A fun MMO take on the survival crafting genre that brings a few new ideas to the table.
Destiny 2 is redeemed at last.
Building on Xenoblade 2’s strengths, while also bringing its own additions to the table, Torna, The Golden C...
A mixed bag of greatness and mediocrity.
The best basketball franchise finds a way to be even better.
Far closer to pole position than any previous effort, NASCAR Heat 3 shapes up to be a decent racing sim
Almost the slam dunk we've been waiting for.
This poorly-designed rally racer is best left behind the starting line.
Valkyria Chronicles 4 is one of the deepest, best strategy game we have had in years.