Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order is a dull, often frustrating hack and slash game that falls far short of the legacy of its predecessors.
The Sinking City is yet another Lovecraftian horror game that fails to live up to expectations, largely thanks to a flood of technical issues and tedious gameplay.
Call of Cthulhu: The Official Video Game is an ugly collection of half-baked gameplay features and poorly designed stealth sequences that fails as a horror game.
Thanks to overbearing hunger and thirst systems, unintelligent enemy AI, and an utterly forgettable story, Metal Gear Survive is the worst game in the series yet.
SkyKeepers has some snippets of fun gameplay, and a couple neat ideas, but the overall package offers up more frustration than fun alongside a general lack of polish.
As one of the first-party launch games for the Nintendo Switch, 1-2-Switch has its high points but ultimately falls short of being anything but a mildly entertaining party game.
MilitAnt's poorly implemented targeting system combined with its weak visual presentation and mediocre platforming gameplay squander its interesting premise.
Platinum Games's take on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is a mediocre hack-n-slash romp that ultimately fails to become anything more than just that.
Homefront: The Revolution is a mediocre FPS that squanders an intriguing concept, but worst of all the game is not fun to play and overwrought with repetition.
There are some things to like about Party Hard, but overall, the game feels like a half-baked experience that doesn't evolve beyond its basic premise.
Dinocide from AtomicTorch is a throwback to the NES era of gaming in more ways than just its 8-bit style graphics - it also has plenty of archaic, frustrating gameplay.
Cibele is a mature interactive game based on a true story which tells the story of Nina, a young 19 year college student who falls in love with a man in an online videogame.
Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water is a disappointing Wii U exclusive horror story that is more likely to put players to sleep than it is to scare them.
Back to Bed looks like a surrealist painting, but the similarity is only skin deep: this isometric puzzle game is as conventional and uninspired as they come.
'Infinity Runner' is a valiant attempt to bring endless runner gameplay to consoles, including a unique werewolves-in-space storyline, but it's gameplay is hit-or-miss.
In 'Shelter 2,' you are a mother lynx, helping your adorable cubs survive in the wild. Unfortunately, the 'oohs' and 'aahs' don't last long, even if your cubs do.
The indie FPS game Standpoint has a compelling premise and good voiceover narration, but the repetitive puzzles are given far more focus than its unique themes.
Read our 'Murdered: Soul Suspect' review to find out if Airtight Games can take this unique supernatural concept and turn it into an engaging crime-solving game.
Read our review of 'Mario Party: Island Tour' to see if the iconic plumber's latest bash is a rip-roaring good time, or a clown-filled, piÃ±ata-less dud.