Respawn Entertainment's surprise release is a super polished and innovative battle royale that's easily the best in the genre.
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Poor performance, controls, and interface design. Oh, and loot boxes.
A uniquely excellent team-based tactical shooter that's held back by some design choices and performance issues.
Game design and gameplay issues hold this one back.
A mindblowingly impressive looking shooter with loads of free DLC (and no loot boxes)!
Ubisoft Toronto's Starlink: Battle for Atlas is just what we needed as an original and unique toys-to-life product with wonderful gameplay and lore.
What Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 comes with is an easily recommendable launch package.
A 4-player co-op shooter that looks and plays like a clone of the Left 4 Dead games.
It looks great, plays great, and stands out in the crowded racing market.
It's been worth the wait.
This one takes the best of the last few games and drops the bad parts.
Can Rare make this Xbox exclusive last?
The force is weak with this one.
Need For Speed Payback squanders its potential, favoring grind, gambling, and loot boxes over gameplay, story, and progression.
Sparc, the first 'vsport' game from developer CCP Games is one of the best virtual reality games on the market but hardly anyone is playing it.
Nintendo and Ubisoft's partnership to develop Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle for the Switch was a brilliant idea and we want more!
Farpoint pushes the VR shooter genre where it needs to go and lays foundation for what these sorts of games can and should be going forward.
It's a game of the year contender.
Best enjoyed with alcohol.
Titanfall 2 delivers a wonderful and complete package, expanding on the ideas of its predecessor, and deserves recognition for it.