The Legend of Bum-Bo is an addictive mash up of tile-matching puzzlers and roguelikes, with a tactile DIY visual design that serves the concept.
Black Future 88 is an exciting roguelite shooter with a synthwave soundtrack that is just begging for more content to help round out the experience.
BattleTech: Heavy Metal adds some great new mechs and an engrossing campaign to the game, but it’s aimed squarely at people who are already fans.
Developer Kuju's Narcos: Rise of the Cartels doesn't redefine the genre, but it still offers a reasonably fun and polished turn-based experience.
Jumanji: The Video Game is, unfortunately, yet another mindless tie-in game that is mostly repetitive with dull dialogue and uninspired gameplay.
Need For Speed Heat isn't perfect, but it's the best game Need For Speed has seen in a while and provides plenty of street racing thrills for fans.
The Sims 4's new Discover University expansion pack is a fun academic experience that accurately and entertainingly depicts college life.
Just Dance 2020 is just as colorful and as much fun as previous entries, although questions should be asked about its limited choice of songs.
Beholder 2 is a unique adventure game that offers a disturbing depiction of life in a totalitarian state, picking up where its predecessor left off.
Football Manager 2020 introduces big changes that will drastically change long-term playthroughs, with some quality of life improvements as well.
Romancing SaGa 3 is a remastered version of a 16-bit RPG that will offer a nostalgia rush for SNES fans and frustration at its antiquated design.
Planet Zoo's fantastic devotion to flexible customization makes it the zoo management simulator that players have been waiting a long time for.
Dasheng, once imprisoned for 500 years for defying Buddha, must learn how to help children not get eaten by monsters in this PS2-esque Chinese tale.
New Super Lucky's Tale for the Nintendo Switch offers a brief but enjoyable return to the cartoon world of classic '90s platform games.