Capcom sends off the previous era of their hit series with simply the most Monster Hunter stuff ever in one package.
Get ready: the next generation of Monster Hunter has finally begun.
The successor to defunct developer Cing's emotional adventure games can't help but feel like a pretender to the throne.
Sony's take on virtual reality has resulted in an incredibly effective device, yet design concessions made for a mass-market price hold it back from achieving its true potential.
Rocksteady does a convincing job of throwing you into The Dark Knight's world, even if the limits of early VR dampen the experience.
Sony's collection of VR tech demos would have made for a great pack-in, but doesn't quite hold up as a full retail release.
Level-5's charming Pokemon-like still shows promise, but refuses to budge from its more irritating design decisions.
After nearly a decade of trying to find itself, Ace Attorney makes a great return to form with this newest sequel.
After a hat trick of great episodes, IO Interactive's globetrotting assassin series falters just a bit with this fourth installment.
Capcom assembles the best Monster Hunter content, new and old, for the most refined and accessible take on the formula to date.
tri-Ace brings some important innovations with this fifth installment of their RPG series, but still rolls with an entirely safe approach.
Nintendo's latest installment of their rhythm game franchise hits all the notes it should, but returning players may crave more new tunes.
The final chapter of the Zero Escape trilogy arrives after four long years—but can Spike-Chunsoft craft a satisfying conclusion to this innovative series?
EA Dice's first-person parkour series returns after nearly a decade of absence. But was it worth the wait?
IO Interactive's episodic stealth series returns with another fantastic dose of content.
Platinum Games' newest work-for-hire project has its bright moments, but ultimately amounts to the video game equivalent of Little Caesars.
Clifftop Games' throwback to point-and-click adventures expertly captures the genre in all its pixelated glory—even some of the rougher spots.
Infinitap Games' deeply personal horror story makes for one of the best expressions of the genre.
IO Interactive's episodic take on creative assassinations continues with a prettier locale, and some new surprises.
Mindfield Games' creepy, claustrophobic sci-fi mystery brings the first-person adventure to some great places.
From Software keeps up their amazing streak with the most refined take on their formula to date.
Double Fine finally dusts off one of history's greatest adventure games of all time for a special edition that’s not to be missed.
IO Interactive tweaks Agent 47's world of creative assassinations for the best interpretation of the series yet.
Campo Santo's debut provides some great, low-key character drama—even if the end may leave you feeling a little empty.
Night School Studio's debut puts an emphasis on dialogue for a truly memorable supernatural adventure.
A clever collection of puzzles can't overcome an insufferably smug and sterile experience.
The addition of Paper Mario's flat cast gives this fifth entry enough new twists to overcome its duller moments.
Sketchy Logic's bird lawyer game doesn't quite hit the heights of Ace Attorney, but its heart's in the right place.
From Software proves once again that DLC doesn't have to be an afterthought.
Level-5's monster-collecting RPG might not be wholly original, but it's perfect for lapsed Pokemon fans looking for a fresh take on a reliable formula.
After ten years, Nintendo finally gives us another multiplayer Zelda. But was it worth the wait?
Good-Feel's take on Nintendo's dinosaur pal might be cut from a familiar cloth, but its abundance of charm makes up for a lack of new ideas.
Croteam's first-person-puzzle game finally escapes the PC, giving PS4 owners a chance to play the heir apparent to Portal.
The Stanley Parable creator Davey Wreden brings us another first-person meta-narrative; one that may be a little too on the nose for its own good.
Toby Fox's subversion of Japanese RPGs is equal parts inventive, touching, and brilliant.
Atlus mixes their beloved RPG brand with the world of rhythm games, resulting in a slightly flawed production that's just weird enough to work.
A Crowd of Monsters' episodic adventure sticks a bit too close to a familiar style, but presents enough new ideas to make it worth investigating.
Question Games' engrossing experiment traps players inside an unfinished game for a fly-on-the-wall view of a pet project gone horribly wrong.
Developer Sam Barlow dredges up forgotten tech for one daring and captivating take on murder mysteries.
Capcom might not have chosen the most deserving candidate for a next-gen makeover, but—if you can handle its last-gen baggage—Dante's late-aughts adventure provides reliable DMC action.
Tale of Tales' environmental storytelling game definitely offers an experience you've never had before—even if it takes a bit too long to make its point.
Spike Chunsoft's all-too-literal adaptation fails to make anything worthwhile out of the source material's irresistibly great premise.
Don't let the throwback visuals fool you—Ostrich Banditos' Old West take on Zelda packs ten gallons of ambitious fun into a varmint-sized package.
From Software raises the standard for next-gen re-releases with a thoughtful remix of their critically acclaimed 2014 RPG.
HAL Laboratory puts an unexpectedly fresh spin on block-based puzzles in this quirky 3DS eShop release.
Does FromSoftware's latest measure up to the high standard set by Dark Souls? Bob shares his final thoughts on this vast and challenging adventure.
It might not be all that ambitious, but this RE spin-off sequel definitely hits the spot.
Dennaton's remix of their 2013 indie smash may not feel like a true sequel, but it still offers an interesting take on the original.
Succinct, beautiful, and relentlessly inventive, this stylus-driven gem proves no one knows pure fun better than Nintendo.
If you've been afraid to approach Capcom's complex action-RPG series, this could be the perfect installment to bring you into the fold.
Tim Schafer's 1998 tribute to film noir spins a gripping tale, but its unfriendly puzzles will have many calling it quits before the final curtain.
Capcom's collection of Phoenix Wright's first three games lacks ambition, but still provides a great chance to experience these modern-day crime classics.
Developer Postmod Softworks might not offer any easy answers, but that's one of their game's greatest strengths.
Ubi's exotic open-world adventure returns with another take on the last installment's antics, but once again, the series opts for quantity over quality.
If you've been waiting for the successor to Gone Home, The Astronauts' beautiful, atmospheric open-world adventure is simply unmissable.
If your senses haven't been dulled to Borderlands, this stopgap sequel offers even more of what you love… but not much else.
Deadly Premonition's SWERY returns with another off-kilter detective story—and finally, a budget that lets his unique personality shine.
Even if you've already handed over 200 hours of your life, FromSoftware's triumphant conclusion to their DLC trilogy will leave you wanting more.
Don't let the anime aesthetic fool you—Spike Chunsoft's ambitious sequel contains some of the best writing you'll ever see in a video game.
Some of the best RPG music of all time comes to the rescue of a thoroughly average rhythm game.
This second round of DLC doesn't feel quite as surprising as the first installment, but FromSoftware hasn't worn out their welcome just yet.
With its focus on the relentless regurgitation of content, Bandai Namco's latest RPG proves it's easy being green.
Developer Gato Salvaje delivers an attempt to recapture classic adventure game magic, and succeeds... at making you remember why these things have such a lousy reputation.
ACE Team's art nouveau-inspired dungeon-crawler makes for a perfect introduction to roguelikes, but veterans of the genre definitely won't find the challenge they're looking for.
You asked for a Dark Souls 2 experience that tests your skills as much as the past two games. Well, it's here—and it's going to murder you.
Arc System Works combines shopworn anime tropes and thoroughly hateful design in one repellant package.
Ubisoft Montpellier delivers an unexpected and informative interpretation of World War I, one that unfortunately falls victim to the reputation of its publisher.
Airtight Games' take on spiritual sleuthing boasts a great atmosphere, but its central mystery will tax your brain less than The Hardy Boys.
You don't have to be a master of geometry to get the most out of Intelligent Systems' latest block-pushing puzzler — but it may end up turning you into one.
Zoink! delivers a loving and off-kilter (if slightly unambitious) tribute to classic adventure games of yore.
A central server makes good on the promises of the original Dark Souls.
After five years of refinement, From Software brings us the purest Souls experience to date.
Namco brings us the best of Tales and the worst of Tales in one economy-size package.
The team behind Donkey Kong Country Returns, er, returns for a solid iteration on their 2010 reboot.
M2 brings their retro reverence to one of the most impressive games on the Genesis.
M2 does its best to make this '90s relic a little more dolphin-safe.
M2 teaches this old 'hog some new tricks with another stunning port.
Get ready! For M2's first-class treatment of Yu Suzuki's arcade classic.
Bob Mackey checks out the new expansion to the perfect digital board game.
The latest chapter of Neverland's Harvest Moon spin-off just might give Animal Crossing devotees a brand-new addiction.
This latest chapter in the Killzone Saga does exactly what's expected of it... and not much else.