Need for Speed Heat brings the 25-year-old racing franchise back to relevancy by combining the best mechanics from previous entries with a few new ones.
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Gears 5's compelling campaign and great graphics performance make it a worthwhile experience for both Gears of War fans and those new to the series.
Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey puts humanity's evolutionary past in your hands and leaves you to figure out the rest. The unstructured gameplay is more frustrating than compelling.
Burnout Paradise Remastered gains previously unavailable content and graphics enhancements, while maintaining the original's chaotic and engaging racing experience.
Battlefield V looks and sounds great, but its single-player and multiplayer campaigns ultimately do not advance the FPS genre in any meaningful way.
Metal Gear Survive tries to straddle the line between the action and survival genres and succeeds at neither. Die-hard Metal Gear fans may find something to like here, but most potential players are better off avoiding its many frustrations.
Star Wars Battlefront II has entertaining multiplayer modes and great visuals, but it is held back by a complicated upgrade system and the impending return of microtransactions.