Square Enix's third expansion for Final Fantasy XIV, Shadowbringers, raises the bar for MMORPGs into the night sky so high it's tough to see anymore.
A concoction of viscerally astonishing game design and excessively niche focus, Assetto Corsa Competizione needlessly waters down its own excellence.
Monster Jam Steel Titans gives players a convincing monster truck experience, but confused priorities and a lack of online play hamstring the game.
Numantian Games' They Are Billions is an enjoyable enough survival strategy game that's hampered by a lack of variety and poor controls on Xbox One.
Mobius Digital's Outer Wilds is a bold and enthralling game with a time-bending narrative that is as strange as it is emotionally compelling.
Conan Unconquered challenges players to survive waves of enemies, but a lack of story and a sense of repetition take its toll as you crush your foes.
Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled brings back the PS1 kart racer in style, with lavish style and addictive racing gameplay with lots to unlock.
Pathologic 2 is a one-of-a-kind narrative experience set in an atmospheric world, but a few cumbersome quirks and atrocious combat get in its way.
Golem Gates attempts to port its PC prowess over to Nintendo Switch, but it's yet another example of why RTS games just don't belong on consoles.
Koji Igarashi returns on his Kickstarter promise with Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, a beautiful and feature rich game that is a must-buy.
Mini-Mech Mayhem brings simultaneous-turn strategy gaming to PlayStation VR, but it's lacking in charisma and most of its depth is based on chance.
Cooking Simulator is at its best as a chaotic piece of messy comedy gaming, but the fun doesn't last outside of short, sharp, bursts of play.