With Strive, the fighting game genre is taken to new heights, but unfortunately, it is not without some resistance.
Some things are best left in the past.
Take to the field of battle to fight for the pious Agathian Knights or for the ruthless Mason Order, in Torn Banner Studios' medieval, multiplayer, first-person slasher.
The Lombax and robot duo are back for an interdimensional trip that uses the PS5 and the DualSense hardware to deliver the most immersive Ratchet & Clank experience to date.
The sniping sequel takes us to the Middle East to deal with a revengeful widow.
One of Steam's most popular titles has finally made the leap to consoles.
Dodgeball and gaming have never collided like this before.
Frozen seas and laser-penguins... This is Below Zero.
Head to the Emerald Isle on the next stage in Eivor's saga.
The idea is there, but in practice, this one doesn't quite hit the mark.
A free upgrade, or a patch to meet minimum expectations? We played the new version.
Stop it Capcom, you're doing it again.
Housemarque just raised the bar for visuals, sound, and controls on the PlayStation 5, and the gameplay is amazing as well.
The third and final expansion for the Ubisoft-developed title brings a new hero, island, and perspective to explore.
It might lack innovation, but it's still a solid racer at its core.
San Diego Studios swings the bat on both PlayStation and Xbox for the first time, but is it a homerun or straight into a triple play?
Abe's back, in a "big visual and cinematic" remake of the 1998 original Abe's Exoddus.
After a weekend featuring a ton of People Can Fly's latest title, we've pulled together our thoughts.
Its disastrous demo only signalled the start of its problems.
Leave the glistening shores of the Golden Isle behind in favour of the lush lands to the East.
Hazelight is back with another co-op focused adventure.
Wrap up the Slayer Saga as you take the fight to the Dark Lord's doorstep.
This stunning hand-penciled horror is the product of just one single developer.
Embark on a modern love story as you work through this indie puzzler.
You can now get the first two Nioh installations with all six previously launched DLC episodes in one technically enhanced package.
Tarsier Studios has defied the odds and delivered a superior sequel.
Smash, smash, smash!
The definitive way to play one of 2019's best games.
We checked back in on Ryza, as she looks to explore ancient ruins hiding some Lost Legends.
IO Interactive is looking to conclude the World of Assassination trilogy with a bang.
It may not have been the sequel we were asking for, but is it still worth checking out?
You've got a friend in me.
Panic Button has worked its magic once more and has brought one of the year's finest shooters to the Nintendo Switch.
We head back to the icy glaciers of Europa, for our final review of the Destiny 2: Beyond Light expansion.
Graphics have improved, but that's about it.
Ubisoft's premier tactical shooter received the next-gen treatment and now, it's looking better than ever on the new hardware.
The two classic puzzle franchises have collided once more, but does the sequel add enough to warrant your attention?
An iconic franchise returns with a different look.
Head to Night City to explore the bustling world of CD Projekt Red's Cyberpunk 2077.
We head to the court to try the next generation of sports games.
Is it love at first sight, or just a bad first date?
We have soared through the sky in Immortals: Fenyx Rising, but were we able to reach the gaming heavens, or did the game ultimately crash and burn like poor Icarus?
We took a spin on Planet Coaster: Console Edition to see whether it was worth the price of admission.
With the next generation of consoles finally here, Bloober Team has gone back and touched-up an old classic.
A wonderful fairy tale from Abzû's creators.
Don an armour of light and face formidable foes, in Counterplay Games looter-slasher.
The punishing From Software title has been brought back-to-life, looking better than ever on the PS5.
While it delivers a fantastic story, it's obvious that the multiplayer needed more time in the oven if you wanted something new and different.
Take control of the loveable Sackboy to see if you're made of the right material to save Craftworld.
In the world of Bugsnax, you are what you eat.