Football, Tactics & Glory combines the genres of sports management and turn-based strategy to create a strangely compelling gaming experience.
Shadows: Awakening freshens up the action RPG formula with a neat character switching mechanic, albeit one that doesn't cover up all the flaws.
The Sonic inspired indie hit Freedom Planet comes to the Nintendo Switch and stands side-by-side with the best from the Blue Blur. It's awesome.
Vroom Kaboom tries but fails to combine the collectible card game and tower defense genres and wastes its interesting world and vehicular theme.
Divinity: Original Sin 2 Definitive Edition brings the PC RPG to consoles with great success, delivering a rich and complex game with improvements.
Rebellion Developments' co-op shooter Strange Brigade successfully transports players into a 1930s pulp adventure, but not without some drawbacks.
Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate comes to the Nintendo Switch but is not the game that most fans will want after Monster Hunter World.
Donut County is a charming little indie game with bags of character, but its relaxing and easy puzzles may find some players wanting more.
Madden 19, the latest entry in the football franchise, is an improvement in almost every way to its predecessor except for a very underwhelming story.
Angry Mob Games' Brawlout wants to be the next Super Smash Bros. but it comes up quite a bit short with severe balancing issues and boring stages.
Not Tonight takes a look at a dystopian Britain on the rocks, doing so with bundles of humor - but something nastier lurks under the surface.
Tiny Rebel Games' Doctor Who Infinity spans multiple Doctors with brand-new story content, but falls a little short in creating a memorable game.