Battlefield 4 is DICE's strongest effort in the series yet, with a gorgeous campaign joined by an excellent evolution of epic warfare online.
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Crimson Dragon looks and feels like an Xbox 360 game that's been spit-shined to fatten up the Xbox One's launch lineup of games.
Dead Rising 3 scores points for its huge zombie hordes and iterative improvements, but it's clear this is a series that could stand to evolve into something more.
Ryse: Son of Rome rises above its rote hack-and-slash design with a handful of inventive ideas and a killer story.
Forza Motorsport 5 combines superior visuals, futureworld technology, and the series-standard love for cars and car culture into a flagship launch title for the Xbox One.
Broken Age: Act I is a two-pronged success: it's a vintage Schafer adventure with a meta layer that comments on the game's crowdfunded roots.
Dead Rising 3's first DLC pack, Operation Broken Eagle, takes a great idea and does little with it that feels fresh or original.
The Definitive Edition of Tomb Raider is a marginal presentational enhancement to the undeniably excellent 2013 release.
Young Horses' Octodad: Dadliest Catch makes up for clunky controls and a rough final act with undeniable humor and charm.
Episode Two of The Wolf Among Us is exactly what you want: more of Bigby's journey through an early period from the Fables universe.
Necrophone Games does interactive comedy right in Jazzpunk, a surreal adventure in which the laughter is its own reward.
Dead Rising 3's Fallen Angel DLC is better than the first one was, but that still doesn't make it something you need to own.
Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare injects some fresh ideas into its multiplayer shooting, but PopCap Games' lack of genre experience is apparent.
Obsidian Entertainment delivers one of its best-ever efforts in South Park: The Stick of Truth, even if the game doesn't quite stick the landing.
Respawn Entertainment's Titanfall is immediately fun to pick up and play, but astonishingly short on the long-term hooks that ground most multiplayer shooters.
Vlambeer delivers bullet-hell shmup action with a twist in its sepia-toned Steampunk wargame, Luftrausers.
Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes offers a promising taste of freedom, but there's not much meat to feast on here.
Diablo III is in better shape than it's ever been thanks to the recent round of updates, and Reaper of Souls is a product of those improvements.
The latest episode of The Wolf Among Us, A Crooked Mile, effectively torpedoes any theories you might have had on where the plot is headed.
Child of Light is a beautiful adventure through a whimsical fantasy world, but its story lacks emotional resonance.