The Dead Space remake sets a new standard for the future of the survival horror series, even if it isn't the sequel I've been pining for.
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A brilliantly energetic and creative platformer that doesn't just do right by its inspiration Wario Land, but actually surpasses it.
Roller Drama is charming but undermined by technical issues and obtuse puzzles.
If you found Slay the Spire's oppressiveness off-putting, Mahokenshi's easier and dressed up in a pretty kimono.
Only for nostalgists and those who love getting lost on spelunking holidays.
A PSP classic with systems that show age, but P3P's retelling remains a series best for its stylishly eerie world and intimate look at mortality.
Cozy, meandering fun for One Piece fans, but swabbies should set sail from other ports.
The resource management is deep, but the city itself never quite feels like a city.
Lacking the sharpness needed by both shooters and comedy, High on Life is a low point in the gaming calendar.
Dragonflight isn't the most thrilling expansion in the MMO's lineage, but it's a fresh start, which is a rare thing for a 20-year-old videogame to get.
An enticing premise held back by uneven pacing and glaring technical issues.
Some well-judged bold calls in both mechanics and visual direction elevate a familiar arcade racer above NFS's previous monotony.
An excellent remake, prequel, and game in its own right-Crisis Core has it all.
Kynseed is gorgeous, fun, and surprisingly impactful. Just don't rush through the prologue.
Though Warhammer 40K: Darktide needs more time to develop, its core gameplay is the best Fatshark has ever created.
A worthy revision of the legendary settlement sim. Slightly less impenetrable, just as engrossing.
Gory and moody, The Callisto Protocol doesn't mess with the survival horror formula, instead embracing all its beats and clichés to tell a grim sci-fi tale that drips with menace.
Who knew Sid Meier's protégés had a secret, and completely brilliant, Persona game in them?
Messy, overcomplicated and slow to start, but fun once it picks up speed.
The heights of Warzone 2’s combat and stunning map design are held down by a rocky launch rife with issues.