You might love or loathe Neon White's willfully cringe anime storytelling, but these blistering platforming time trials are a heavenly delight.
A satisfying disassembly sim wrapped in cutting workplace commentary, Hardspace: Shipbreaker is a gig well worth taking up.
An endlessly delightful destruction sandbox.
A fresh new style and smoothed out lines make OlliOlli World an unmissable skate 'em up.
Halo Infinite can't quite deliver on being an open-world throwback, but it's the best shooting the series has seen to date.
Sable's lonely, heartfelt journey of self-discovery will sit with me for a lifetime.
A pleasant toy for building your own idyllic seaside getaways.
The genre-defining shooter holds up fantastically, despite an imperfect package.
A fantastic return to Superhot's slick shootouts, at the expense of the original's deft pacing.
Bloodroots looks phenomenal, and plays equally so in its best moments.
World of Warcraft went through many changes over the years, for better and for worse. That leaves Classic feeling conflicted, both a rose-tinted dream and a dated mess.
Insurgency: Sandstorm is a solid shooter that offers the series' best intense, tactical thrills, but can't help but feel behind the times in both theme and looks.
If Blizzard manages to keep up the momentum it has built here, the future's looking strong for the ruling monarch of the MMORPG. I'm not entirely sure who's looking at World of Warcraft after fourteen years and only now deciding to jump in. But if you are, you'd be hard-pressed to find a better time than right now.