Control: The Foundation is an easy recommendation for anyone who loved what Remedy introduced in the original game.
Resident Evil 3 is an excellent remake of a fan favorite game that features great action gameplay, jaw-dropping visuals, and not enough Carlos.
Call of Duty: Warzone turned out to be one of my favorite battle royale games thanks to its smooth gameplay and new gulag feature.
Unlike the complex name it was lumbered with, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX is a basic grind through an aging world.
My Hero One's Justice 2 has promise, but features too many let downs that can't be ignored.
The long-awaited Persona 5 Royal is finally upon us, with tons of new content and gameplay overhauls to create a more robust experience.
One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows is a great idea with some fun combat that is bogged down by repetitive and dull missions that lock the best content away.
Langrisser I & II is a sleek, simple, and addicting tactical RPG that sucks you in, just like your own reflection on a set of big, polished shoulder guards.
Snack World combines a tongue-in-cheek story with dungeon crawling, a loot system, and roguelike mechanics to make one surprisingly fun package.
The latest instalment in a long-running strategy series, Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIV feels like a full-priced budget title. It's functional and at times entertaining, but lacks the depth or variety of other games in the genre.
There is trouble with the tree.
Explore an icy peak and a desert tomb in two new Elder Scrolls Online dungeons that underwhelm in comparison to past releases.
Arc System Works proves to be the best fighting game developer with Granblue Fantasy Versus.
Bloodroots is a highly-replayable romp that will see you utilizing everything from a fish to a carrot in order to take down foes.