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The most complete version of Street Fighter V is a pretty solid package.
Age of Resistance Tactics is an enjoyable tactics RPG, though not one without issues.
Zombie Army 4 embraces being "another game with Nazi zombies."
Warcraft 3: Reforged reforges very little and ends up being not much of an upgrade over the original.
While familiar and more than a little routine, Mandate of Heaven offers some fun new options.
Kingdom Hearts 3’s first paid DLC pack gives longtime fans some challenging gameplay but may leave casual fa...
A delectable romp around a new planet.
These games have never been better.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is occasionally enjoyable, but is often let down by a lack of polish, unimaginative des...
Piranha Games' MechWarrior 5 is a decent romp for fans of the genre, but a tepid comeback for the franchise al...
Life is Strange 2 is a bold, ambitious, daring game, that has something to say, and wants you to think about i...
This vessel is best left unexplored.
Even with slight performance issues, Iceborne still stands as an incredible expansion.
An interstellar translation that superbly exceeds many expectations of the long-awaited PC port of Bungie’s ...
A cluttered vampire visual novel whose bright spots are muddy.
A simple yet touching package.
Bro-op before the end of the world.
A run-of-the-mill but licensed sci-fi shooter that mixes multiple genres into one compiled straight shooter jo...
Rockstar’s latest is still a great – but flawed – game… and another example of a mediocre PC port.
Shenmue 3 purposely avoids revision by fearlessly leaning into its past.