To the Moon's Nintendo Switch remake has some problems but is still worth playing.
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore is a one-of-a-kind JRPG that has found a new home on the Nintendo Switch.
In its final chapter, Life is Strange 2 delivers a gripping finale that is unafraid to delve into some deep, politically-relevant issues.
Yacht Club Games splashes into battle with their spin on the 2D platformer brawler with Shovel Knight: Showdown.
The Witcher adaptation from Netflix is a guaranteed fan pleaser for those who have read the books, despite some missteps in its changes.
Assassin's Creed: The Rebel Collection for Nintendo Switch significantly undermines visuals for portability; there are better (and cheaper) options for Black Flag and Rogue.
Yacht Club Games proves that their final Shovel Knight expansion, King of Cards, is no fool’s gold by making their best game to date.
Microsoft's Xbox Elite Controller Series 2 improves on everything from the original model and is absolutely worth snagging if you have the funds.
Disney Tsum Tsum Festival is a complete and utter failure of a party game, with only a match-three puzzle mini-game providing even a small amount of fun.
Ghillie up in a robo-suit, bust into a classified military facility, and try not to get caught. Or, alternatively, shoot your way through every guard.
Star Ocean First Departure R is an underwhelming port of an excellent but often forgotten Square Enix JRPG.
Piccolo Studio's Arise: A Simple Story tells its tale with beautiful dreamscapes and time-altering gameplay, but fails to engage players.
Pokemon Sword and Shield are a lot of fun, even if the series is experiencing growing pains with the transition to home consoles.
Death Stranding has its fair share of gameplay issues but also boasts more heart and a willingness to take chances than any other game in years.
A magnificent blend of genres makes Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order a solid game, but technical hitches prevent it from taking the high ground.