The capitalist classic is back in a new form, offering a surprisingly fresh and entertaining experience with plenty of speed and flair.
After launching to the PlayStation 4 in 2018, the acclaimed journey of Kratos and Atreus has arrived on PC.
Following its time as a Nintendo Switch exclusive, Capcom is bringing its creature slaying game to PC with a wealth of visual and performance improvements.
Work with a cosmic red dragon entity to discover your destiny in this charming and striking platformer.
Whip out a firehose and save the city from dangerous fire monsters in Dejima's roguelike platformer.
Image & Form's platformer serves up a stunning world and an engaging story, but falls short elsewhere.
Caldera is here, but does its addition advance the popular battle royale title enough?
These 20+ year old titles still manage to stand the test of time.
This is one bloody hack n' slash worth sinking your teeth into.
Heart Machine has another hit on its hands.
343 Industries is looking to cement itself as the careful custodians of the Master Chief, and Infinite is their do or die attempt to do so.
Psyonix has boiled down and tried to concentrate on the original concept behind its popular online game and we're really impressed.
For their latest space odyssey, Fishlabs tells us the emotional story of a tragic heroine. Unfortunately, the developers are serving up too much.
After some effective begging from Frank Hegevall (six years of age), our Swedish editor-in-chief folded and paid £49 for this year's worst game...
Sadly this collection of challenges ends the year on a sour note for Nintendo.
Rebellion's strategy-simulation title has landed on consoles and we've tested it out.
We've been playing Halo Infinite's multiplayer since launch and have now set a rating.
The continuation of Giants Software's simulator series improves and expands on an already jam-packed experience.
This interactive experience is a treat for all the senses.
Head out on an interstellar adventure in Exbleative's atmospheric physics-based game.
This charming life sim allows you to grow your very own worlds.
A surprising turn-based RPG to explore Runeterra with some of its most loved and popular characters.
This rhythm-runner is one of the first spinoff games from Riot's publishing label, Riot Forge.
In the year 2051, everything looks the same and everybody has super-weird haircuts...
The remake of the 4th Gen Pokémon game is very conservative, but its new features are enough to change the original experience.
The famous detective leaves London and embarks on his most personal adventure yet.
We've invaded an alien planet, murdered the locals and stolen their resources, and then settled the human race on the planet.
"Definitive Edition" might be a bit of a misleading statement.
Coming from a one-man developer, this action FPS has impressive peaks and disappointing lows.
Take to the island of Ambrosia to simmer, sauté, and serve your way to culinary fame.
It might be short of a campaign, but its three online modes show a lot of promise.
Frontier Developments latest simulation title enhances its dino-park building series, but fails to drop our jaws.
The first and only paid expansion for Nintendo's life-sim title expands the game significantly and kept us glued for hours and hours.
Time for some soccer!
Sledgehammer Games' latest instalment into the long-running shooter series offers up some great improvements, but still feels a bit safe at its core.
Atlus welcomes demons, gods and angels to the latest Nintendo hardware, to feast upon one of this year's best RPGs.
Playground Games latest racer takes us to the rich lands of Mexico for another bout of high-octane motorsport mayhem.
Wales Interactive's latest FMV tackles one of the games industry's latest trends: battle royale.
Ubisoft Annecy has delivered an extreme sports open world paradise that is relentlessly fun.
The Mario Party series returns to its roots with tougher mini-games and meaner game boards. But is it really better before?
This charming fishing RPG is a reel catch.
Coming from the former lead designer of Dead Cells, this 2D firefighting adventure-platformer was created for a 48 hour game jam.
It's a great game that's even better than the movies with an amazing story, fun combat and tons of fan-service, but serious technical issues and repetition lessen some of the fun.
Its historical immersion is rich, but sadly, its multiplayer portion is lacking.
This Monty Python-esque Renaissance painting point-and-click adventure is comedy gold.
Some obvious sacrifices have been made, but it still makes for a solid port overall.
What horrors lurk below the Iraqi mountains in the House of Ashes?
Signal Studios' iconic Xbox Arcade strategy game is back with upgraded visuals and performance.
The origin of species at the world's end.
Violent encounters are nowhere to be found in this colourful puzzle-platformer.