Dragon Quest Heroes returns with some strong new ideas, but can it rise above its Warriors roots? Our review.
With all the bells and whistles of the original DLC, a handful of new racers and items, and a beautifully revamped Battle Mode, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is the best version of one of Nintendo's best racers. Our review.
The Disney Afternoon Collection may not be as consistent as Capcom and Digital Eclipse's last retro compilation, but it packs some new features in the same loving presentation.
One of the shorter point-and-clicks from the genre's golden age, Full Throttle remains one of its finest.
Look what you done started. Ask for it, you got it. Our Mass Effect Andromeda review.
Everyone's favorite rapping dog is back for another round on PlayStation 4. Does he deserve an encore? Our review.
MLB: The Show 17 has an infectious love of the classic American past time that shines through. Our review.
Ghost Recon Wildlands adds a healthy dose of open world in an effort to revitalize the classic series. Our review.
A high-octane racer sets down on the Nintendo Switch. How does it fare? Our review.
Is Specter of Torment a ghost of the original Shovel Knight? Read our review to find out.
Platinum Games brings Yoko Taro's madness to life as stylishly as possible, but can it live up to the original? Our review.
Is this Bomberman the bomb or a bomb? Find out in our review.
How does the Nintendo Switch's breakout puzzle game fare? Our review.
How does the first Just Dance title on the Nintendo Switch fare? Our review.
We gave Nintendo’s new console/handheld hybrid a thorough shakedown. See what we thought of the Nintendo Switch.
The Nintendo Switch launches with the most ambitious Zelda title to date. See what makes The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild an instant classic in our review
Noticed we don’t have a Nintendo Switch review? We’ll tell you why.
Halo Wars 2 brings back solid, streamlined strategy tuned for consoles, with a new hook that may keep players coming back long-term. Our review.
Horizon Zero Dawn is a composite of recognizable pieces from other games, but it's much more than the sum of its parts. Our review.
Knights, Vikings, and Samurai, oh my! See what we thought of our historically inaccurate time with For Honor.