Open World Games
They're iconic, they contain a huge share of the population, and they're almost entirely absent from video games' depictions of reality.
CD Projekt RED has patched 'Cyberpunk 2077' many times, and yet, I couldn't help but keep avoiding the city it's set in.
For mostly better and occasionally for worse, 'Sable' is a game of wanderings, not of missions.
A bite-sized adventure that uses its photography mechanic to smart, perspective-altering effect.
A gripping game of underdog tension, 'Breakpoint' transcends its familiar design even as it equivocates with its story.
Is it still enough to be a great shooter? 'Gears 5' doesn't seem too sure.
Burnout is real, and boy, it sucks.
Kassandra is so awesome a character that I’m playing through this massive game just for her.
Assassin's Creed gave Ubisoft games their modern identity, now the Ubisoft monoculture has come for the Assassins.
The 2015 open-world game 'Mad Max' featured one of the most convincing wastelands we've ever seen.
The cycle of violence and vengeance is alive and well in 'Origins,' but its best moments are quieter.