Square Enix's line of retro JRPGs continues with an all-new world and tale for Bravely Default, though some of the old problems persist.
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3D World's feast of all things Mario is joined by a fittingly experimental, hugely enjoyable - if slightly scrappy - expansion.
Zelda gets the Dynasty Warriors treatment once more, folding in inspiration from Breath of the Wild for the best musou spin-off yet.
There's friction between the original and this lavish remake, but this is a scintillating launch title that shows off the PS5's strengths.
A standalone expansion for 2018's excellent original, with enhanced action and an irresistible new lead.
Sony leans into its PlayStation past in this frequently innovative, supremely charming old-school 3D platformer.
A new studio in charge sees Dirt retain some of its old swagger in a fun, frequently beautiful but occasionally hollow arcade racer.
There's real magic at the heart of this brilliantly faithful AR take on Mario Kart, but a fair few caveats abound.
Like a playable poster for an iconic rally event, funselektor's top-down racer is a blast.
Two of Nintendo's finest, and one of its most interesting, come together in a compilation that isn't worthy of their greatness.