Radio Commander's commitment to a visual-free military strategy game is an interesting concept, but the execution leaves a fair bit to be desired.
Lonely Mountains: Downhill is a stylish, fun, rewarding, and seriously addictive biking game that we recommend for everyone.
The Witcher 3: Complete Edition for Nintendo Switch makes some sacrifices to go portable, but it's worth it for those looking for Geralt on the go.
Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain is a buggy masterclass in third-person shooter fun, even if the gameplay isn't as well-designed as it should be.
Intruders: Hide and Seek may be basic and straightforward in its approach, but it's an enjoyable horror gaming experience with VR functionality.
The Dragon Quest original trilogy - Dragon Quest 1, 2, and 3 - is now out on Nintendo Switch, but some memories age better than others.
Felix the Reaper is a dark romantic comedy that oozes wonderful personality but its puzzle design hardly evolves beyond the opening moments.
The enhanced edition of the first two Baldur's Gate games arrive on consoles, to the delight of everyone who still knows how THAC0 works.
Despite its graphical compromises, Frostpunk: Console Edition is an excellent way to experience one of the best games of last year.
Marvel Studios and ILMxLAB's Avengers: Damage Control VR experience is the ultimate MCU fan's dream come true, but with some disappointing factors.
Zombieland: Double Tapper offers up gameplay that is about as dull and mindless as the zombies that invaded the Zombieland franchise's world.
Constructor Plus builds on the platform that 1997's Constructor laid out, serving up fun and exciting building projects with a side of humor.
Carly and the Reaperman rocks when one player in VR teams up with another player on a controller but can be a bit of a drag when played alone.
Rain of Reflections: Chapter 1 combines point and click adventure with turn-based strategy to share an interesting if slightly clunky sci-fi tale.