Perception has some good ideas, but it is ultimately a disappointment thanks to an annoying art style, frustrating gameplay mechanics, and an underwhelming narrative.
The final episode of The Walking Dead: A New Frontier brings the season home with plenty of action, sacrifices, and difficult decisions for Javier to make.
Nintendo’s newest property, ARMS, is a surprisingly deep fighting game that adds something new to a cluttered genre, but it’s one that leaves growing room for early adopters.
Capcom’s latest take on its seemingly forever-popular Street Fighter 2 is an enjoyable version of the game on Nintendo Switch that allows fans to take the fight with them.
Quarantine brings a turn-based environment to players and tasks them with saving the world from a mutating infection, but is the game layered enough to entertain?
The second installment of DC Comics’ super-powered fighting game packs a serious punch, delivering an expertly crafted experience for gamers and comic fans alike.
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.
Despite never reaching North America in its original debut 25 years ago, Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia makes for a fun, albeit simpler, adventure on Nintendo 3DS.
The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Episode 4, Thicker than Water, sees a return to the twists and turns, conflicts, and high drama the series is known for.
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War 3 mixes together some of the best pieces of the previous two games into a frantic strategy experience, albeit one that could do with more variety.
Logic Artists’ follow-up to the cult hit Expeditions: Conquistador improves on nearly everything, but is hamstrung by too many game-breaking bugs and glitches.
What Remains of Edith Finch is another triumphant effort from Giant Sparrow, complete with an engrossing story, innovative gameplay features, and gorgeous visuals.
Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 attempts to bring the military first-person shooter franchise into AAA territory with an open-world setting and a bigger budget.
Despite a sluggish start, Outlast 2 from Red Barrels is a solid horror gaming experience with shocking imagery, a compelling story, and scares galore.
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.
Tarsier Studios creates a delightfully grotesque puzzle horror experience with Little Nightmares, where a little girl seeks safety from an oddity-filled world.
The blockbuster Mario Kart series makes its debut on the Nintendo Switch with an upgraded port, albeit one filled with a bunch of new and noteworthy content for fans.
Yooka-Laylee wears its influences on its sleeve, but gamers with nostalgia for the Nintendo 64 era will find plenty to enjoy — even if others are left cold.
The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Episode 3 uncovers the history of David’s absence, as well as the secrets of his group, The New Frontier, providing an adequate gaming experience.