What to make of 10 hours with a video game that had performance issues, only to have many of those issues disappear right before release? A conundrum.
'Otxo' is a twin-stick shooter about revenge and expertly choreographed, improvisational violence.
'Everspace 2' manages to meld two radically different modes of combat, becoming one of the best space shooters in years.
What could be more Western Front than a game that opens with some strong ideas and tons of promise, but loses momentum late in the game?
What is Metroid, if not asking the player to take a leap of faith on themselves? A game about tension and isolation has maintained that feeling.
The original Resident Evil 4 had a chaotic energy that was hard to pin down, but the remake gets it—and embraces it.
'Phantom Brigade' shines with its unique, physics driven mech tactics, and exceptional build customization.
A great new setting and a classic, durable RTS design are let down by an ambitious but underwhelming campaign.
The Yakuza formula may be simple, but this Meiji-era remake shows that its ingredient ratios are delicate.
Despite its egregious technical performance, when everything is working 'Wild Hearts' creates a uniquely cohesive monster hunting experience.
Sony's produced the slickest virtual reality headset yet, but outside of the standout 'Horizon,' it's full of old games.
What's old is new again, and in this case, it's the formative space horror game getting a new, extremely good looking lease on life. Welcome back.