MLB The Show 21 maintains the series' continued excellence on the diamond, but missing features and uneven additions hold it back.
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Monster Hunter Rise's renewed focus on fully-fledged action represents the series at the peak of its powers.
Godfall's monotonous structure is held together by punchy combat that can't bear the full weight.
Dirt 5 adopts the arcade sensibilities of the series' past, but its frenetic action is dampened somewhat by an uninspired handling model.
FIFA 21 offers a comprehensive package with new features that encourage creativity and attacking dynamism.
Dated gameplay drags down this impressive remake of an 18-year-old classic.
MLB The Show 20 opts for refinement over sweeping changes, maintaining the series' high bar for quality with some smart additions.
Dreams is a technical and creative marvel, a robust game-making toolkit where the only limits are your skill and imagination.
Journey to the Savage Planet is a charming and upbeat adventure about exploring an uncharted planet in service of your corporate overlords.
Need for Speed Heat puts the series back on track with a renewed focus on simple racing and customizing cars.