The Walking Dead Final Season episode two creates a unique entry in the longrunning series, effectively combining tradition and innovation into a cohesive story.
Dragon Quest 11: Echoes of an Elusive Age is a classic-style, turn-based JRPG that makes some smart changes to the formula while still being firmly rooted in tradition.
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.
Despite some narrative flaws, Shadow of the Tomb Raider still delivers a thrilling adventure starring one of the most unique and interesting takes on Lara Croft yet.
Marvel’s Spider-Man takes the best parts of the comic book superhero and brings them to life in interactive form courtesy of Ratchet and Clank developer Insomniac Games.
Donut County has a great art style, hilarious writing, and unique gameplay, but it’s too short and its gameplay never evolves far beyond its core concept.
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.
World of Warcraft: Battle For Azeroth sets out to win back old players and draw in new ones with an increased level cap, new zones, and a restructuring of PvP.
Guacamelee! 2 is bigger and better than the first game while retaining the original’s charm, humor, eye-catching art style, and rewarding Metroidvania-style gameplay.
Despite having a few drawbacks in terms of gameplay, story direction, and in-game frustration, Wailing Heights manages to provide players with a uniquely fun experience.
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.
Vampyr delivers top-notch story and atmosphere, but it’s held back by serious technical issues, frustrating exploration, and dull, uninspired combat sections.
Fans of the original game will like State of Decay 2, but others will be unable to look past its numerous technical issues, underwhelming co-op, and ugly graphics.
Detroit: Become Human, the latest game from Heavy Rain developer Quantic Dream, tells an engaging story using some of the best graphics in any video game to date.
Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery may have an intriguing story, but its gameplay is designed to frustrate and bore players so that they buy its microtransactions.
Sony Santa Monica has evolved Kratos in God of War and in the process delivered a technical and narrative showpiece that any PS4 fan should be proud of.
Far Cry 5 may not have much in the way of revolutionary new ideas, but it streamlines Ubisoft’s open world formula and delivers one of the best games in the series.
While it’s not a bad game by any means, Kirby Star Allies for the Nintendo Switch is far too easy and does little to evolve the established Kirby formula.