Life is Strange: Before the Storm’s first episode recaptures the magic that endeared the series to fans during its first run, and we can’t wait for more.
This zany crossover from Nintendo and Ubisoft goes beyond initial expectations, setting up one of the more accessible and enjoyable turn-based strategy games in recent memory.
F1 2017 doubles down on the success of the previous year’s entry, with huge improvements to the Career Mode and fun additions such as classic cars to drive.
Observer is a disturbing cyberpunk horror game with an engrossing story, though there are some minor flaws that keep it from reaching its full potential.
This quasi-followup to Tomodachi Life is a wacky, time-consuming RPG that blends moments of zany glee with the realization that it’s not an innovation within the genre.
Final Fantasy 14’s second major expansion, Stormblood, delivers yet another fantastic story that would please even the most discerning of Final Fantasy fans.
Agents of Mayhem may take place in the Saints Row universe, but this adventure title has its own bizarre cast of vulgar misfits aiming to save the world from mad scientists.
With Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, Ninja Theory attempts to deliver a AAA experience in a $30 package and delivers on just about every front, with only a few problems.
Tacoma, the second game from Gone Home studio Fullbright, presents an intriguing narrative that is bogged down by some glaring technical issues on Xbox One.
The latest game from the creators of Bastion, Pyre expertly blends sports with a fantasy world, delivering a unique and engrossing experience in the process.
Nintendo transforms its beloved 3D strategy game into a side-scroller in Hey! Pikmin for the 3DS, and while there is fun too be had, it’s a little simple in its execution.
Orcs Must Die! Unchained is one of the most polished and fully-featured free-to-play games available on the PlayStation Store, but the console controls aren’t ideal.
Sundered is an extremely impressive Metroidvania-style platformer, mixing together extremely challenging gameplay with beautiful yet haunting graphics to great success.
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.
Splatoon 2 improves on the first entry by building on the note that its predecessor left off on, offering fans more right from the get-go in a prettier package.
Crash Bandicoot N. San Trilogy delivers on what was promised, overhauling the visuals of the Naughty Dog-developed trilogy and successfully resurrecting the beloved bandicoot.
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.
Perception has some good ideas, but it is ultimately a disappointment thanks to an annoying art style, frustrating gameplay mechanics, and an underwhelming narrative.