At times more Bushido Blade than Dark Souls, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is one of the most pure, exhilarating action adventure games I have ever played.
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Devil May Cry 5 modernizes a classic with one of the greatest character action games ever created.
Despite a robust and fun fighting system, a lack of online functions and stripped down modes take the shine off Dead or Alive 6.
Metro Exodus delivers an uneven yet satisfying conclusion to Artyom’s journey.
Kills for skills makes a grand return, and Crackdown 3 is the sequel fans have been waiting patiently for since the original launched.
Strong alone, stronger together, Anthem is a fantastic action-RPG experience for solo players or groups.
Resident Evil 2 Remake isn’t just a fantastic remake, but a new classic for the modern gaming fan to fall in love with for the first time.
Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is a familiar, yet solid entry in the classic dog fighting franchise.
The Bearded Ladies delivers my surprise game of the year with a brisk tactical tale of mutants and the apocalyptic world left behind by man’s hubris.
Overall, Just Cause 4 is a worthy sequel, and improves many problems I had with 3. A shallow story and bland open world don’t hinder the excitement and insanity the tool set Rico is given to cause damage with.
The tale of souls and swords has been retold, and is better than ever in Soul Calibur VI
Assassin's Creed Odyssey is the biggest game in the franchise, but it's not necessarily its best.
Forza Horizon 4 takes the pole position as one of the best racing games ever made.
Insomniac Games makes the City of New York just as much a character as Spider-Man himself. It helps push Marvel's Spider-Man to be more than just a great superhero game; it's a great game, period.
Destiny 2: Forsaken isn't perfect, but it succeeds in giving Destiny the content filled shot it needs.
Shadow of the Tomb Raider stands as the best in a trilogy of excellent games.
Monster Hunter: World stomps its way onto PC, but not without suffering a couple of setbacks in the process.
Super Metroid, Symphony of the Night, and now Dead Cells – it easily stands with the greats in every regard.
More The Americans than James Bond, Phantom Doctrine takes the turn-based tactical genre and infuses it with Cold War espionage.