These games would have been better off with some additional time in the oven.
Originally starting life as Final Fantasy Versus 13, the action RPG would finally launch in 2016. It's available for Xbox One, PS4, PC and Stadia.
These moments from games over the last few years didn't sit well with everyone.
For all the effort it takes to finish a game, there are some that ensure you're rewarded in kind, whether it's new weapons or special content.
These final products were drastically different from what the developer originally envisioned them as.
While higher resolutions and frame rates are great, some games just look great with more screen real estate. Here are 15 such titles.
As fun as these games could be, their conclusions inspired more than a bit of healthy debate from fans. Take a look at what made them so divisive here.
The best leading men and ladies in games from recent years.
Some low points in otherwise excellent games.
Some of the most graphically intensive PC games out there.
Charting the highs and lows of Square Enix's flagship franchise.
Not every story ends with "happily ever after" and these games are prime examples.
Xbox One subscribers will also get Death Squared on February 13th.
Just when it feels like the end is near, there's still a long way to go.
It's now the third best-selling mainline game behind Final Fantasy 7 and 10.
New challenges come to the Stadia version.
Samurai Shodown will also be included with Stadia Pro.
The streaming service will have 14 more titles before the year ends.
Tons of worlds have been created over the past few years - here are the very best so far.