Toadman Interactive's new Souls-like Immortal: Unchained throws firearms into the increasingly predictable genre of gloomy action-RPGs.
Titutitech's Oh My Godheads comes to Nintendo Switch but its wacky concept can't make up for a repetitive game but at least there's a fancy penguin.
Mega Man 11 hides its traditional platforming gameplay behind a new coat of paint, with a few slight changes to keep things from feeling stale.
Assassin's Creed Origins provides players with a rich open world to explore, providing impressive steps forward from a gameplay and story perspective.
Bandai Namco's Black Clover: Quartet Knights shows potential with varied characters and a fun setting, but struggles to rise above mediocrity.
Developer The Voxel Agents presents a charming puzzle game in which the player controls time itself while following a story of childhood friendship.
Dragon Ball FighterZ has come to Nintendo Switch and it's a still a very strong fighting game but it has some disappointing online features.
Pathfinder: Kingmaker is exactly the game fans of the property have hoped for, offering a mix of deft storytelling with deep, complex mechanics.
With NHL 19, the developers at EA Sports introduce a fun, open, customizable, but imperfect idea of what simulation hockey games can be.
Life is Strange 2 starts in the right gear, with a subtle change in direction to help tell an altogether new story, albeit with a few growing pains.
Microsoft Studios and Playground Games' Forza Horizon 4 is four titles in one, and it's arguably the best open world racing game in many, many years.
RGX Showdown creates an environment for nail-biting finishes, but its overly forgiving gameplay can make even the closest of races feel unfair.
This is the Police 2 is a sequel that adds a bit too much to its plate and ends coming up very short. It's a game with great idea and poor execution.
Scribblenauts Mega Pack combines two fantastic puzzle games in one package, giving those who missed them the first time the chance to catch up.
The long-awaited Frozen Synapse sequel takes the dystopian real-time strategizing to new heights, improving on many of its predecessor's foibles.
SpectreVision and Ubisoft Montreal present a clever psychological thriller wrapped in the familiar framework of a VR-friendly "walking simulator."