Madden NFL 24 is yet another instalment of what has already existed in previous years with a few notable improvements.
RIDE 5 does little to reinvent the wheel providing excellent racing gameplay with a rather average overall experience.
If the rigors of managerial work, keeping a team afloat financially while boosting morale, and seeing your hard work pay off in a climactic F1 Grand Prix are your bag, then F1 Manager 2023 is your pla...
Double Dragon Gaiden: Rise of the Dragons admirably resurrects the Double Dragon brand with a short, but fun romp that still feels a tad shallow compared to the genre’s other recent offerings.
Ed-0: Zombie Uprising’s challenges are rooted in its poor difficulty balance and budget design, not so much in its nature of being a true rogue-like experience.
Like a tornadic bandicoot, Crash Team Rumble comes rip-roaring onto consoles with a fresh multiplayer take on the franchise.
This Sonic package is a complete and veritable explosion of ‘90s Sonic nostalgia.
This is one otherworldly gaming experience with interesting ideas, but wholly horrendous execution.
F1 23 improves upon the status quo while injecting updates to the cars, two new circuits, and a more complex story campaign for the 2023 season.
Like Gollum’s war within, this stealth platformer struggles with its own identity while offering a thoughtful tale concerning the mind and travels of its protagonist.
Ranger and the Duke would be proud of this visceral FPS throwback to the ‘90s.
Racing on a motorcycle has never been more brutal. But it can be rewarding for the most determined players.
This neo-noir Metroidvania excels in puzzles and adventure, but falters in combat.
The compelling horror mystery at the center of Project Nightmares is occasionally fraught with a frustrating lack of polish.
Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak extends the monster-hunting adventure while lacking any significant innovation of the base game’s foundation.
Ghostwire: Tokyo is a unique action-oriented open-world title that is hindered by its repetition.