Odin Sphere returns in a beautiful package sure to bring glee to even the most jaded among us.
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The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine concludes Geralt’s latest saga with memorable quests, fearsome battles, and surprising wit.
Invisible, Inc. is a wonderful turn-based stealth game that deftly balances simplicity with depth.
The stunning Hyper Light Drifter is a masterful mix of exploration and combat.
Much of Black Desert Online is a convoluted mess, but few games let you create a virtual life this absorbing.
Bombshell is a disastrous mix of monotonous gameplay, annoying bugs, and atrocious writing.
Journey has only improved with time, earning its status as one of the best games ever created.
Godzilla is a boring, badly-balanced game that asks you to pay a lot of money for too little content.
God of War III on the PS4 is the same exciting game that it always was--just a little prettier.
PlanetSide 2 on the PlayStation 4 suffers from a lot of technical issues--but not enough to dissuade you from the rigors of its massive battles.
Arkham Knight is another slick and enjoyable Batman adventure, though what it brings to the series' table is not always for the best.
Kholat's poor attempts to creep and confound you fail to capitalize on its terrific premise.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is one of the best games ever made.
It is the most sumptuous and stealth-focused Assassin's Creed yet, but Chronicles: China doesn't assemble its pieces into a gratifying whole.
The horror of The Charnel House Trilogy makes a slight mark, but it's not a lasting one.
Titan Souls stretches its simple structure to its breaking point, but before that time comes, it's an intriguing game and a fair but fun challenge.
Pillars of Eternity is a lengthy and enjoyable role-playing game that springs from a time-honored tradition.
Bloodborne's excellent action, beautiful artistry, and religious melodrama make it another must-play in the Demon's Souls tradition.
Not every change in this collection is for the best, but Homeworld and Homeworld 2 remain gorgeous classics that withstand the test of time.
Ori and the Blind Forest is a rapturous platformer that is as fun as it is beautiful.