It's no puzzle why BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! is a stellar puzzle game for the Nintendo Switch.
Katana Zero ties an incredibly dark and thrilling narrative directly into fast and deep gameplay to create one of the best games of the year.
Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission does an admirable job at replicating the original Japanese arcade game on the Nintendo Switch.
Everyone's favorite green dinosaur is back in Yoshi's Crafted World, bringing all of its good vibes to the Nintendo Switch.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice isn't just another phenomenal action title by FromSoftware, it's a game that I really needed over these past few weeks.
It's an insect party in the U.S.A.
Capcom's classic courtroom drama is still engaging and fun 18 years later.
Dangerous Driving may be rough around the edges, but it succeeds at being a worthy Burnout successor.
Power Rangers: Battle for the Gird had a lot of potential as a fighting game, but it ends up squandering most of it with a lack of content.
The Caligula Effect: Overdose offers an RPG experience that pulls out a lot of great ideas but struggles to build upon dull storytelling and forgetful setpieces.
Tropico 6 is the latest installation in the city-builder saga that has the most visually-appealing graphics in the series, yet remains more-or-less the same otherwise.
Generation Zero is a first-person shooter where you try and stay alive in a hostile open-world surrounded by mechanical robots and also where you'll most certainly lose some of your sanity.
With the final chapter bringing Telltale and Skybound's series to a close, Clementine's story comes to a bittersweet and emotional finale.
Though it doesn't quite build up on the first episode's potential, Life is Strange 2's second episode offers several compelling moments.
Ubisoft's latest entry in its third-person shooter franchise The Division is a breath of fresh air in a world filled with flawed loot shooters.
Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn is a solid 3DS port that both builds upon and takes away from the original Wii title's charm.
One Piece: World Seeker is a solid attempt at an open-world licensed anime game but the same attention to world building isn't applied to its gameplay to craft something that's truly memorable.
The Occupation has a politically charged story with a moral quandary you may not be able to answer due to the game's forced stealth.