This impressive follow-up builds on its predecessor with emotional gut punches and unnerving visuals that stick with you
Read full review
Destruction AllStars' frantic blend of bumper-car and on-foot action offers plenty of short-term fun, but the thrills are less thrilling after a few hours
Agent 47's journey ends on a high note, at least as far as players are concerned. New levels are memorable and cater to the freedom fans have come to expect
Cleverly designed levels offer moderately tough challenges, but generous checkpoints and a genial atmosphere make it easy to keep coming back
It's a new direction for the series, but Like a Dragon captures the essence of what came before while setting out on its own journey.
Pikmin 3's blend of strategic action and exploration is as captivating as ever, whether this is your maiden voyage or a return flight
Faithful almost to a fault, Hangar 13's remake puts a glossy finish on a title that is fundamentally musty by contemporary standards
Revisiting Deadly Premonition's unique sensibility is fun, but aggressively poor production values and shallow gameplay make it tough to stick around
Don't let the lackluster production values scare you off. Song of Horror has some genuinely shocking moments
The first few hours are a treat, and the late game has a nice element of experimentation. Unfortunately, its flaws balloon during the lengthy middle stretch.