Dude, Stop tasks players with refusing to solve its simple puzzles and its meta humor offers a nice palate cleanser even when it gets repetitive.
Sky Noon is an indie multiplayer FPS that sees cowboys using air guns, lassos, and grappling hooks in glorious aerial objective-based brawls.
Mario Tennis Aces, the latest multiplayer offering on Nintendo Switch, proudly reclaims the crown for fantastically fun Mario sports spinoffs.
Accompanying the release of The Incredibles 2 is a new video game, LEGO The Incredibles, but it sadly doesn't manage to capture the same magic.
The Exorcist: Legion VR is a new chaptered release for the PlayStation VR platform, featuring an immersive haunted atmosphere and a few good scares.
Jurassic World Evolution is an addictive and deep park simulator where the dinosaurs and progression more than make up for the story and characters.
Conan Exiles is finally out of early access and is on consoles, but this official release came too soon and is riddle with performance issues.
Sega Genesis Classics arrives for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One with 53 16-bit games from the console's heyday... and some missed opportunities.
Here is Screen Rant's review of 3rd Eye Studios' VR game and their first major release, Downward Spiral: Horus Station, which is now available on PC.
David Cage and Quantic Dream's PS4 exclusive Detroit: Become Human has a ton of potential, but doesn't quite deliver on its gameplay and story.
Far Cry 5 takes the best elements of the last three games and merges them together in the richest and most chaotic and intense Far Cry experience yet.
Sea of Thieves is finally here but server issues and a lack of content are muddying our first impressions. Can Rare make this Xbox exclusive last?
Beyond awful loot boxes and progression systems, Star Wars: Battlefront II is just not a good video game or Star Wars story and is missing so much.
Need For Speed Payback squanders its potential, favoring grind, gambling, and loot boxes over gameplay, story, and progression.