A stellar action platformer with gorgeous presentation and excellent combat. Punishing but worth it.
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A deep tactical wargame with strong fundamentals supporting a broadly successful campaign system.
A joyous, deep and rewarding tactical shooter.
The Battle Royale genre gets its first definitive success.
Frustrating, buggy and overly dependent on trial-and-error, this is a missed opportunity.
Deep but accessible, Battlerite is packed with smart decisions and reliably creates great competitive moments.
Gorgeous grand strategy with atmosphere, depth and replayability—but it needs more time to reach its potential.
Marred by inconsistency and in need of a polish pass, this vast new sci-fi frontier nonetheless rewards dedicated exploration.
A slow start gives way to a thought-provoking adventure in a remarkable setting. A fitting follow-up to a beloved RPG.
A deep and gratifying medieval swordfighting sim that risks putting off newcomers. Persevere and the rewards are well worth it.
A brilliant singleplayer campaign married to inventive, skill-intensive multiplayer that calls back to FPS classics of old.
An original and deep game of strategic online warfare that brings your sci-fi capital ship fantasies to life.
A brilliant strategy game that manages to be both broad and deep, challenging and accessible.
AI flaws and a limp campaign let down an otherwise-accomplished RTS revival.
Too brief and inconsequential to live up to expectations. One for Dragon Age lore obsessives and ardent completionists.
A solid console adaptation of an intricate and rewarding competitive experience, but not without rough edges.
The most any studio has done to open up a complex genre to a new audience. Inviting, entertaining, and deceptively deep.
A beautifully designed, tough, and cheerful roguelike that rewards perseverance with a singular feeling of finesse.
MachineGames are still masters of first-person violence, but this return to Castle Wolfenstein doesn't give them anything new to work with.