Back to Bed looks like a surrealist painting, but the similarity is only skin deep: this isometric puzzle game is as conventional and uninspired as they come.
'The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt' is far from perfect, but despite its flaws, Geralt's final adventure is 2015's strongest candidate for Game of the Year so far.
Klei Entertainment's tactical stealth game 'Invisible, Inc.' is a daunting and punishing experience that's just as fun as it is hard - and it is very, very hard.
A witch's curse, charming graphics, and chaotic gameplay save this fast-paced but repetitive dungeon crawler 'The Weaponographist' from mediocrity. Just don't call it a roguelike.
Do you like stories? Play 'Broken Age.' Do you like solid humor, beautiful graphics, interesting characters, or old school adventure games? Play 'Broken Age.'
For players just getting started with hunting games, Toukiden Kiwami delivers hours of monster-bashing fun, but it won't unseat the reigning king of the genre any time soon.
With its stunning graphics and pitch-perfect gameplay, 'MLB 15: The Show' is one of the best baseball games ever made. Unfortunately, that doesn't make it better than last year's edition.
With its four-player arena-based combat, 'Paperbound' returns to the glory days of local multiplayer, offering fast and frenetic gameplay that's best enjoyed with a group of friends.
How do you make a game with unbalanced combat, repetitive missions, and a too-long campaign more fun? The answer is easy: add dragons. Lots and lots of dragons.
'Code Name S.T.E.A.M.'s' biggest strength, its 3D perspective, also leads to its biggest weakness, resulting in gameplay that feels less like a battle and more like an interactive loading screen.
The Wii U gamepad is the best and worst thing about 'Kirby and the Rainbow Curse,' as it facilitates the game's stylus-based platforming while also crimping Kirby's considerable style.
'Minutes' might be a minimalist game, but it's not a simple one, and while Red Phantom Games' latest can be beaten in an hour, it'll last most gamers much longer.
'Super Galaxy Squadron' doesn't reinvent the traditional shoot 'em up, but accessible, arcade-style combat provides a fun diversion for gamers of all levels.
Developer Necrophone Games and publisher Adult Swim deliver the ultimate playground in 'Jazzpunk', a game that lacks polish but makes up for it with a focus on fun.