Mortal Kombat 11 review: Flawed victory
Can NetherRealm continue its streak of GOTY-caliber fighting games with Mortal Kombat 11? Our review.
Katana Zero review: The cutting edge
Katana Zero is an ultraviolent story starring an amnesiac samurai, but is this 2D action game a cut above the rest? Our review.
Anno 1800 review: Revolutionize and synergize
Anno 1800 is breathtakingly gorgeous and gut-wrenchingly stressful, but does it manage our needs and happiness effectively? Our review.
Unheard review: The opening act
Unheard has a cool concept and at first glance looks promising, but does it realize its potential? Our review.
Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain review: Kills bugs dead
Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain is a brand new chapter in the series that's looking to make a name for itself with a western gaming audience. Does it succeed? Read our review to find out.
Super Dragon Ball Heroes World Mission review: Mediocre power level
Bandai Namco's popular arcade card fighter finally makes its way to the west, but how does it fare? Our review.
ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove review: Familiar funk
The folks at HumaNature Studios have taken a crack at reviving a 16-bit classic. Check out our review of ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove.
MLB The Show 19 review: A monster dinger
SIE San Diego continues to offer the best sports simulation on the market and MLB The Show 19's focus on the details pays off big for baseball fanatics.
Tropico 6 review: Supreme Leadership
El Presidente returns in Tropico 6, the latest strategic offering from the crew at Limbic Entertainment.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice review: Souls Reborne
Can From Software capture lightning in a bottle yet again with Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice? Our review.