Biomutant's current-gen release boosts its visual presentation and technical performance, but the new coat of polish doesn't do much to elevate the title's average gameplay.
Sifu's incredibly satisfying combat can make you feel like an action-movie hero, but its challenging encounters and roguelike progression could leave less dedicated players feeling defeated.
The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes is the franchise's best entry yet, acting as a playable horror film. But it still shows room for improvement.
Packed with colorful characters and quirky storytelling, The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles should feel comfortably familiar to longtime franchise fans. Newcomers, however, might be put off by the dialogue-heavy experience.
If you’re a seasoned Souls-like fan, then it’s worth picking up a PS5 just for Demon’s Souls. If not, I still recommend having your passport stamped in Boletaria, but know what you’re getting into beforehand and proceed with caution … and plenty of Moon Grass.
Sorry, Ocarina of Time, you've been dethroned.
As brilliant as it is bloody, Resident Evil 7 doesn't just give the franchise a refreshing reboot, but also raises the bar for future survival horror games.
The Force Awakens' is Star Wars at its brick-busting best.
Harold is an infinite-runner platformer that's as pretty as it is punishing.
Fenix Rage is sadistic platformer that tests your skills, and, sometimes, your sanity.
A cheesy puzzler with plenty of charm, MouseCraft favors style over substance.
Life Goes On is a great, morbid puzzler that reminds you that there is no victory without sacrifice.