Breath of the Wild isn't just one of the best Zelda titles ever made; it's something that comes along only once in a generation, and it's a game that everyone should play.
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If you're looking for a driving game this fall, Forza Horizon 3 offers one of the most exhilarating and satisfying racing experiences around on console or PC.
Blizzard's third, and final, expansion for StarCraft II adds new units and game modes, and ties up loose plot threads in the galactic saga of this storied real-time-strategy franchise.
Transformers: Devastation combines authentic sound and visuals with over-the-top action in a game that leaves you wanting more, regardless of whether you love the '80s cartoons.
Type-0 isn't as beautiful or as innovative as other recent Final Fantasy titles, but for a PSP remake from 2011, it's pretty good.
While not as groundbreaking as the original, Wrong Number brings more of what made Hotline Miami so great: puzzles, fast-paced action and a soundtrack that can't be contained.
The lack of customization, contradictory driving elements and tiny car list make Driveclub a pass for all but the most die-hard racing fans.
WildStar is a deep endgame experience for veteran MMORPG gamers, but a daunting task for first-time players.