The mayhem is exciting but gets held back by the in-between moments.
A house of horrors hiding in a cyberpunk dream
Nidhogg is back with a new look. Does this new art style help make Nidhogg II a cut above the original? Our review.
Chloe strikes out on her own with a partner along for the ride. Does the Uncharted vibe still hang around here? Our review.
LawBreakers harkens back to the days of old-school arena shooters, but is the anti-gravity combat enough to make it stand out? Our review.
While Sonic Mania is largely a throwback game, the parts it modernizes are chosen deliberately, resulting in a game that single-handedly makes the franchise relevant again.
Tacoma shows more signs of brilliant storytelling from The Fullbright Company, but it falls short in some key aspects. Our review.
Ninja Theory has a hit on their hands and it isn't for the faint of heart.
Capcom's latest four-game set collects one exceptional game and three passable ones, which might not be enough for fans who got their fill of the formula years ago.
Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s The Master Trials DLC expansion is additive rather than wholly original, but that just means more of a great thing. Our review.
We unbox review the latest flagship gaming headset from Razer.
Arms is every bit as simple to pick up and learn as it looks, regardless of your play style. More than that, it's just plain fun. Our review.
Tekken 7 makes the jump to the next generation of consoles capably, with an embarrassment of cosmetic riches and the series' classic fighting mechanics mainly intact.
The Arctis 3 may not be as fancy as higher-priced competitors, but for a budget it's a nicely versatile and full-featured headset.
Ultra Street Fighter 2 is the classic fighting game as many remember it, but the rest of this package isn't worth the rest of your quarters. Our review.
NetherRealm improves on its first DC Comics fighter and puts together a heroic package.
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.