We Happy Few delivers a colorful and darkly humorous world to explore, but its core survival-centric gameplay doesn't quite gel with its atmosphere.
Artax Games' Iro Hero, a new arcade shoot-em-up on Nintendo Switch, tries to bring retro goodness in an pixel-art package but makes it too difficult.
The Banner Saga 3 brings the tactical RPG trilogy to a stunning end, all the while packing the series' trademark emotional punch for good measure.
Defiant's hybrid action-RPG Hand of Fate 2 arrives to the Nintendo Switch with new torments for players willing to weather its luck-based dangers.
Earthfall is a 4-player co-op shooter that looks and plays like a clone of the Left 4 Dead games but feels like it came out when they did as well.
Anima: Gate of Memories is an ambitious, but uneven, anime-inspired third-person action adventure game now available for the Nintendo Switch.
The new expansion to Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, Donkey Kong Adventure, is everything that made the original game great with some extra DK flair.
The Crew 2 is an enjoyable and engaging arcade racer, but one that is somewhat let down by a lack of depth and hit-and-miss racing modes.
Wreckfest is a happily dirty and mayhem-inducing demolition derby game that looks great, plays great, and stands out in the crowded racing market.
Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon may be a prequel to Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, but functions as a worthy homage to the NES Castlevania games.
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.