WoW Classic is a nearly impossible to believe return to the game's roots that, in spite of its age, has somehow maintained its excellence.
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is a massive expansion thta adds new monsters, equipment, and a gorgeous new world to explore for players new and old.
Gears 5 takes steps forward for the franchise, providing the bombastic, bloody violence of the series with both a greater scope and intimate story.
Torchlight II on Switch is an action RPG that serves the role of a more light-hearted (but still incredibly fun) alternative to the Diablo series.
Children of Morta is an ambitious, beautiful, but unsatisfying action roguelike, light on content and feeling considerably unfinished at launch.
FF8 Remastered finally returns Squall and crew to the spotlight, and they're right at home on the Nintendo Switch as a mobile masterpiece.
Bloober Team's Blair Witch game sequel to 1999's The Blair Witch Project introduces an inventive combination of gameplay mechanics and a spooky story.
Man of Medan, the first entry in Supermassive's Dark Pictures Anthology, brings a strong multiplayer focus to the cinematic horror of Until Dawn.
Despite some rough edges, Vasara Collection does a solid job propelling two obscure but entertaining arcade shooters back into the limelight.
Gears POP! is an entertaining strategy game based in the Gears of War universe that's fun until its free-to-play trappings show their true colors.
Hunt: Showdown wants so desperately to be its own new thing that it didn't seem to consider that what it is... isn't particularly fun.
In Heave Ho, players will have to work together, like legless trapeze artists, to fling themselves to the flag. And they'll surely have fun doing it.
Wreckfest finally arrives on consoles to deliver demolition derby destruction and vehicle-smashing races, and it was worth the long wait.
Renzo Racer leaves a lot to be desired, with a multitude of issues covering everything from physics glitches through to the core racing gameplay.
Its story is heartfelt and relatable, but meaningless progression and a devaluation of players' time cause Headspun to fall flat on its face.
AER: Memories of Old's calm atmosphere and laid-back gameplay make it decent chill pill, but its intriguing narrative and lore winds up being wasted.
Knights and Bikes is an adventure game that feels like a nostalgia trip with people you have never met before but could swear you grew up with.
Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey is a rebellious game about human evolution, replete with challenge and storytelling opportunities of bare survival.
Control combines the tight shooting and storytelling of Remedy's past titles with more open mission structure and Metroidvania-inspired level design.