SoulCalibur VI takes the long-running series back to its roots and creates one of the best entries yet with engaging gameplay and an epic story.
For their fifth Party Pack, Jackbox heads to the distant future with a slew of games that share an ironic tone, but quality-wise, are a mixed bag.
NBA 2K Playgrounds 2 is an improvement on the first game but its ruined by some terrible microtransactions which lock away most of the huge roster.
Space Hulk: Tactics is a video game based on the tabletop game from the Warhammer universe and while it has good ideas there's some poor execution.
WWE 2K19 is an improvement over last year's iteration and adds a great new mode but lingering problems with microtransactions remain in MyCareer Mode.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 benefits for trading its story campaign for a battle royale mode and more zombies content. And its multiplayer is great too!
Deep Sky Derelicts is a wonderful indie title that successfully blends elements of tactical, card, and roguelike games into one addictive combination.
Super Mario Party on Nintendo Switch is a return to form for the classic franchise but misses in some key areas, modes, and online multipayer.
The studio behind Yakuza Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise adapts the manga series to PlayStation 4 with adequate results in a bloody open world.
Toadman Interactive's new Souls-like Immortal: Unchained throws firearms into the increasingly predictable genre of gloomy action-RPGs.
Titutitech's Oh My Godheads comes to Nintendo Switch but its wacky concept can't make up for a repetitive game but at least there's a fancy penguin.
Mega Man 11 hides its traditional platforming gameplay behind a new coat of paint, with a few slight changes to keep things from feeling stale.
Assassin's Creed Origins provides players with a rich open world to explore, providing impressive steps forward from a gameplay and story perspective.
Bandai Namco's Black Clover: Quartet Knights shows potential with varied characters and a fun setting, but struggles to rise above mediocrity.