Feed the 4X beast with the next evolution in GalCiv 3.
No one ever says, "I need more dust." ...Unless they're playing Endless Space 2.
Tequila Works' third-person adventure game may be pretty, but its emotional core falls flat.
Gunning around at the speed of sound.
It's the 30th anniversary of Street Fighter and this is your present.
NetherRealm tackles its darker version of the DC Universe again, with interesting results.
Disgaea 5 Complete is a faithful return to the PlayStation 4 original, letting you play Disgaea 5 on the go.
A refreshingly inventive take on Fire Emblem is partly undone by poorly-balanced difficulty.
The next flagship PlayStation VR game shows off a new peripheral.
The imperfect next step.
Minecraft: Nintendo Switch Edition is a win for Minecraft and Nintendo Switch.
Arkane Studios continues to pay homage to great games of our past.
Our initial impressions.
The house amid the thickets.
Can Tetris and Puyo Puyo live in perfect harmony?
In the grim darkness of the far future, Relic Entertainment changes up the Dawn of War formula again.
Nintendo puts the finishing touches on an already excellent game.
Here's where the fun begins (except for TaleSpin).
It's amazing what a spit-shine can do for a lost classic.
There's no 'I' in team, but sometimes there's definitely an MVP.
This karma chameleon's problems come and go.
Sumo Digital tries something different with its newest title.
Some things never change.
Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick’s new point-n’-click adventure game is about, well, point-n'-click adventure games.
A stylish victory.
We round up the latest batch of plug-and-play retro consoles and sort out the winners from the also-rans.
The third campaign for Shovel Knight continues the the series' standard of platforming excellence.
When strange new worlds aren't strange enough.
The Nintendo Switch puzzler never wants you to play alone.