Crash 4 is a pitch-perfect revival of the classic platformer franchise.
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Star Renegades revives the magic of the turn-based RPG battle.
Skully's basic puzzle-solving and platforming are mostly benign, with occasional shows of both clever design and poor craftsmanship.
Iron Man has moves you've never seen before in VR. But in a bland game, they only take him so far.
West of Dead brings some interesting ideas to the well-trod Rogue-lite scene, but lots of technical and design flaws make it hard to enjoy them.
Disintegration smashes first-person-shooting and real-time tactics together to create a wild, crazy thrill ride of a strategy game with a few rough edges.
Resolutiion is an action game that asks you to ponder big questions, but stops short of wrestling with them itself.
The Wonderful 101 Remastered revives one of the Wii U's most experimental games, but that doesn't make it worth revisiting.
Gears Tactics carefully recreates the chaotic excitement of a Gears of War firefight in turn-based strategy form.
Bleeding Edge blends third-person action with MOBA and hero-shooter mechanics to create an interesting but flawed action esport.
Panzer Dragoon: Remake restores a cult classic on-rails shooter, flaws and all.
Nioh 2 is even tougher than the original, and you'll get on its level or happily die trying.
Forget standoffs and cattle rustling--Bloodroots turns the Wild West into a chaotic murder cartoon.
The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics can be a passable, if bland, strategy RPG with great inspirations, but lacks the polish or depth to make a strong impression of its own.
Code Vein takes some interesting chances with Soulslike mechanics and finds mixed results, but there's something worth sinking your teeth into here.
The Surge 2 offers the hard-earned pleasures of Souls-style combat, with less of genre's signature sting
Gears 5 biggest changes don't reinvent the series, but give the classic shooter more room to breathe. Let Gears be Gears.
Seed of Evil doesn't rock the boat, but Mutant Year Zero's unique tactical style is worth returning to.
Kill la Kill The Game: IF looks good, but lacks mechanical depth, narrative nuance, or a breadth of content to match.
A true licensed tie-in game, Stranger Things 3: The Game is most fun when you let fandom lead the way but can fall flat on its own.
[Warning: This review contains spoilers for Netflix's Stranger Things, Season 3]