Xenon Racer delivers a drift-based futuristic racing game with a fun, retro vibe, but that is let down a little by its slippery controls.
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The Walking Dead: The Final Season reaches its last episode, and provides a neat if not entirely satisfying conclusion to Clementine's story.
8-Bit Invaders for PS4 is a charming real-time strategy game that has plenty of character but stumbles in delivery of a thrilling strategy experience.
Pode finds another home on the PS4, with the cutesy puzzle platformer's cooperative play just as suited for Sony's console as the Nintendo Switch.
DiRT Rally 2 is a gorgeous, incredibly challenging racing game that offers rally purists the hardcore racing experience they have waited for.
Far Cry: New Dawn is not a revolution for the series, tweaking the Far Cry formula for mixed levels of success with the series' first direct sequel.
8-Bit Hordes aims to emulate the classic RTS games of yore, but cannot match up its retro design choices with suitably enjoyable gameplay.
Kingdom Hearts 3 is as bizarre as it is brilliant, pulling together loving recreations of Disney and Pixar films into a strange action RPG package.
Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 is on the better end of the Warhammer 40,000 video game world, with solid strategy gameplay and some gorgeous moments.
Amazon's The Grand Tour video game has some good moments in its episodic set-up so far, but the overall blend of gameplay and show footage is jarring.
Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown brings back Bandai Namco's flight combat sim series brilliantly, with thrilling dogfighting and a high level of polish.
The Walking Dead's final season survives the closure of Telltale Games with aplomb, as Episode 3 delivers another brutal step towards the end.
Dusk provides those pining for the first-person shooters of the 1990s with a reason to celebrate, including fast-paced action and buckets of blood.
Subnautica is something different in the survival genre, with a well-crafted underwater world providing some variety to its hunter-gatherer gameplay.
Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice is stunning, combining a tense and gripping story with perhaps the best representation of mental health in gaming.
RIDE 3 provides distracting motorcycle racing, but can't provide either the intricacies of true racing sims or the sheer thrill of arcade competitors.
Darksiders 3 doesn't reinvent the wheel, but still delivers an exciting adventure with the over-the-top tone that fans of the series will enjoy.
Hitman 2 doesn't reinvent the wheel, but instead hones its stealth gameplay to a sharp point to deliver some of the best action the series has seen.
It doesn't entirely reinvent the sleazy side of the series, but does just enough to form a solid adventure game.
The Quiet Man cannot translate its ambition into a cohesive and fulfilling experience, finding trouble both from a gameplay and thematic perspective.