Insomniac has delivered one of the best Spider-Man games to date by nailing all of the details—big and small.
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Everspace is one of the best space combat games on the market today. It's fun, beautiful, and a blast to play.
Geralt goes out on a high note. Developer CD Projekt Red, once again, raises the bar for every other company making an expansion pack.
As it is now, Ashes of the Singularity is a solid RTS game that will only get better with age. The game delivers large scale battles but falls a bit short in the personality department.
Quantum Break continues the tradition of great games from Remedy with strong storytelling and fast, fun action.
Ubisoft has created a wonderful world for gamers to play in, but The Division is held back by a lack of mission diversity and some gameplay quirks.
If Konami let you down when it killed the new Silent Hill game, then Layers of Fear will help ease your pain. It's not perfect but it's punctuated with some great moments and you can't beat the price.
The Taken King shows off Destiny's full potential. This is a must have.
Hearts of Stone is a metric ton of fantastic Witcher 3 content. It's a must for owners of the original game.
It's not perfect, but this might be the best single-player Halo campaign ever written. 343 finally feels like it's taking the franchise in a new direction—and it's a good one. Just don't expect closure.
If you like this genre, then Until Dawn is worth checking out for its outstanding production values and its solid, but somewhat predictable, writing.
It might not be the scariest game out there, but The Evil Within brings the scary and the tension. Unfortunately it trips over its feet in key places.
An intensely fun multiplayer game that is accessible and fun for everyone. Not perfect, but that's what sequels are for.
Ryse is fun at points but is ultimately held back by its repetitious nature. Still the game is a great way to show off the graphical capability of the Xbox One.