Darksiders: Warmastered Edition's Switch port release suffers from technical issues, but the action-adventure game at its core still holds up.
Windscape is a fun throwback to classic adventure RPGs, though it relies too much on its sense of nostalgia rather than carving its own path.
PS4's MLB The Show 19 continues to be the best baseball video game on the market but there are some problems that keep it from being a masterpiece.
When Eternity: The Last Unicorn isn't putting players to sleep with its bland design, it's driving them up the wall thanks to technical hiccups.
Trails of Cold Steel delivers polished JRPG action, complete with a fun cast of characters and a nuanced story. This PS3 title has aged with grace.
From Software's Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is one of the finest games in their catalog, but it's exceptionally difficult, even by Souls game standards.
The Walking Dead: The Final Season reaches its last episode, and provides a neat if not entirely satisfying conclusion to Clementine's story.
Hell Warders combines the tower defense and action RPG genres and adds nothing original to either of them, resulting in a mostly dull experience.
One Piece: World Seeker represents the anime's umpteenth blown attempt to capture its charm and imaginative creativity in a video game.
Claybook offers an enjoyable, lighthearted atmosphere, but the game's environmental puzzles fail to stay interesting or satisfying for long.
Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn is the same mixture of platforming joy and aesthetic charm, with a few extra features knitted into its already great fabric.
Re-Legion is an indie RTS for PC that wants to play with the big dogs, but still needs a considerable amount of polish before asking for full price.
MLB Media's R.B.I. Baseball 19 is another failed effort to create a satisfying arcade experience with strangely imprecise controls and bad animation.
Devil May Cry 5 is an entertaining romp through the underworld, made even more exciting by its three mechanically different protagonists.