As a single-player experience, it can't hope to live up to the weight of its heavy-handed narration.
Tetris Effect is staggeringly immersive but falls short of justifying its audiovisual ambition as anything more than a novelty.
It improbably couples the lighthearted but surprisingly complex mechanics of Gwent: The Witcher Card Game with the dark, moral storytelling of Wild Hunt.
The series’s continuing appeal can be reduced entirely to the free-form environment.
Behold the disturbing footage for yourself...if you dare.
The new minute-long trailer is clearly designed to sell the game’s cinematic and western bona fides.
Before you know it, Starlink turns playing with toys into something that feels an awful lot like work.
The new trailer for Battlefield V suggest that fans of the Battlefield series are in for more tales of individual heroism.
The game shows a developer operating with the best of intentions, attempting to offer up a party for every sort of player.
While this might not be the game that enthusiasts of the tactical RPG Front Mission were expecting, it may be the game they deserve.
When it comes to all things Kingdom Hearts, our feelings toward the franchise are torn.
Will the rapport between the game’s trio of protagonists enough to elevate Mutant Year Zero beyond all of its tactical staples?
Super-charged in almost every way, Guacamelee! 2 makes its predecessor look like a backyard wrestling match.
WarioWare Gold slightly redeems itself only after you’ve suffered through the feeble punchlines of the Story mode and have unlocked Challenge mode.
Motion Twin’s Dead Cells is a game designed for those who don’t particularly like roguelikes.
The Switch delivers Captain Toad in a higher-resolution format, and with better gyroscopic controls.
Despite the variety of tasks to manage throughout, there are remarkably few ways in which to handle them.
Although its absurdist comedy would certainly allow for it, the game never actually throws a kitchen sink at players.
Kirby’s powers are diluted when spread out across four players, yielding a more carefree experience.
Because the game puts no emphasis on leveling up your kingdom, the majority of the side missions feel aimless.