Voice of Cards is effectively Baby's First Yoko Taro Game, though its approachable nature does make it a little less satisfying.
Doom Eternal is a bigger and even better version of its predecessor, recognizing exactly why fans loved that game so much while giving them even more reasons to love the sequel.
Fallen Order isn't original, but it's a fantastic romp any Star Wars fan should play.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has an outstanding campaign, and the multiplayer will have you itching to play just one more game over, and over, and over again.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint's bugs undermine its excellent tactical combat.
FIFA 20's Volta mode is a stellar new addition, but other tweaks are less impressive.
Gears 5 is one of the best games on Xbox One, with a satisfying campaign and tremendous multiplayer.
Mortal Kombat 11 delivers the best fighting gameplay in the franchise to date, with a healthy dose of style.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is an uncompromising yet immensely satisfying action game.
Metro Exodus is a terrific post-apocalyptic shooter that expands on the series without ignoring its roots.
While Resident Evil 2 could have bettered its story structure for 2019, there’s no denying that Capcom has delivered an impressive remake fully worthy of its title.
‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate' is a comprehensive fighting game designed with love.
‘Darksiders III' is greater than the sum of its influences.
‘Battlefield V' struggles to pass the high bar set by its predecessor.
'Black Ops 4' delivers the best Call of Duty multiplayer battles in years.
'FIFA 19' is a well-designed if completely unsurprising soccer game.
Despite some missteps, MLB The Show 18 remains the best baseball game on the market.
FIFA 18 delivers a soccer experience perfect for both newcomers and returning veterans.
Knack 2 silences naysayers with innovative puzzle-platforming, even if its combat can't keep up.
Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice's story of mental illness is unlike anything we've experienced before.