Blair Witch certainly has its shortcomings, but it's easily the best thing to happen to the franchise since the original Blair Witch Project movie.
The multiplayer implementation in Dragon Quest Builders 2 is disappointing, but there's still plenty of fun to be had with the game.
Trover Saves the Universe is a hilarious game that fans of Justin Roiland will likely have a lot of fun with, but the platforming and combat are as basic as they can be.
Darkwood succeeds in creating a haunting atmosphere that will leave even veteran horror gamers on edge, but it has its fair share of tedious moments as well.
Saber Interactive, Mad Dog Games, and Focus Home Interactive's third-person co-op shooter World War Z provides decent zombie-slaying fun, but it is far from perfect.
Metro Exodus does a decent job at blending the franchise's stealth/shooter gameplay with semi-open world environments, but still falls short of its predecessors.
God Eater 3 offers a heart-warming story and solid combat befitting the game's genre, but it does little to make itself stand out in the field of the JRPG.
Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee streamline some of the franchise's more annoying elements, but the games are too easy and the co-op implementation is weak.
Battlefield V combines exciting multiplayer action with jaw-dropping visuals and superb audio design, but it's hurt by bugs and a lackluster single player campaign.
Transference is a genuinely terrifying and atmospheric virtual reality horror game from Ubisoft, but it has some issues that keep it from reaching its full potential.
Overcooked 2 is better than the first game, largely thanks to the addition of online multiplayer and the ability to throw ingredients, but it can still be improved.
Episode 1 of The Walking Dead: The Final Season puts players back in control of Clementine but it builds off past seasons in a way that might not be satisfying to some.
Mario Tennis Aces is a well-made, fast-paced, and fun tennis game, but it has some disappointing game modes and may not be all that engaging for solo players.
Knack 2 is an improvement on the original game across the board with a better balance between brawling and platforming, though it's not without its flaws.
Although Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs does not tread much new ground, its cast of charming characters and relaxed atmosphere make it an interesting tactical RPG.
The Elder Scrolls: Legends digital card game gets a Skyrim-themed expansion, and it's more hits than misses that make for an enjoyable addition to the gameplay experience.
As a new game from the developers of The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D, Ever Oasis delivers an enjoyable, yet flawed, title for Nintendo 3DS players to get lost in.
The Surge is a Dark Souls-style game with sci-fi trappings and a unique combat system that is held back by repetitive gameplay and frustrating controls.
The Crow's Eye throws out the recent rules of first-person horror to create an atmospheric and daunting puzzle-based experience, albeit one that does not always gel smoothly.