Xbox One Reviews
The developer behind Shadow Tactics lands another headshot on the real-time stealth tactics genre.
The Elder Scrolls Online heads to one of the franchise's most famous locations.
V1 Interactive's debut is solid, but the result is still a bit hollow.
This lighter spin on the Diablo formula has some life in it.
This remaster will remind you of why you loved Saints Row: The Third in the first place.
Ninja Theory's hero brawler has good ideas, but not enough to keep me hooked.
Nemesis is back and gnarlier than ever. And now, he's easier to deal with.
It's just you, a chainsaw, and a shotgun against all the hordes of Hell. It's not a fair fight... for them.
Ori's second adventure plays like poetry, but performance issues sometimes drag the experience down into the darkness.
The Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection brings some love to heroes previously restricted to portable screens.
Another game finally revisits the Legacy of Goku.
An excellent arena battler that transcends Shovel Knight's boundaries in unexpected ways.
King of Cards is the most ambitious Shovel Knight game to date, but it's not quite the best.
Life Is Strange's sequel has wrapped up, so our journey with Sean and Daniel has come to an end.
Respawn bursts on the scene with one of the best Star Wars games in ages, but there's a dark side.
Can a $180 controller change your life?
Need For Speed Heat isn't good enough to compete.
This year's Call of Duty is a reinvention, and it both goes too far and not far enough.
Seek out new life and new civilizations, and then steal stuff from them.
The lack of new loot and a so-so campaign weighs down an otherwise solid expansion for Destiny 2.
The Ghosts face off against the Wolves in new type of Ghost Recon.
Indivisible's personable cast and engaging battle system carry the experience across its rough patches.
Deck 13 continues to march forward in the increasingly-crowded Soulslike genre.
NBA 2K20's excellence in some areas is marred by an uneven story mode and some major online problems.
Leave Pandora behind, as you take to the stars to shoot and loot people on other planets.
There's substance in this stylish new game in the River City Ransom universe.
One of the generation's best action games gets a terrific expansion.
Supermassive Games turns its horror formula into a communal experience.
First we lay waste to Nazis with our A.I. sister, but now we've done so with actual other players too. Thus we've updated our review with a score!
Bullets flying, fists crunching, and bodies falling. Rage is back with its own flavor of rip and tear.
With the Battle Pass in full force, we figured it's time to finally review the biggest smash of the year.
An opportunity to save the world doesn't happen every day you know! Savor it.
Crackdown 3 is the sequel the original game deserved. Shame about the multiplayer Wrecking Zone, though.
Chucklefish Games repurposes a classic tactics formula while throwing in a few tricks of its own. Our full review.
Kingdom Hearts 3 ushers a beloved series into a new generation, while wholeheartedly embracing its roots.
The trials and tribulations of one Vault Dweller in West Virginia.
Battlefield's traditional strengths are prominent as ever in the franchise's return to World War II, but it's not without a few missteps.
Treyarch offers the first Call of Duty without a single-player campaign. Is Black Ops 4 the complete package?
From Software finds a classic sitting next to a forgotten bonfire. This review now includes impressions of the Nintendo Switch version of Dark Souls Remastered.
This year's Assassin's Creed is here to take players on a sea-faring journey.
Some issues remain, but FIFA 19 is the most fun the series has been in years. Now includes second opinion.
Sega makes a proper return to the battlefield after more than a decade of waiting. Our full review of Valkyria Chronicles 4.
Microsoft's flagship racer adds seasons amid its shift to the UK, but does it match the high bar set by its predecessor? Our full Forza Horizon 4 review.
EA's hockey sim goes casual with World of Chel, but the gameplay is where it shines this year.
EA makes a basket, but falls short of the three-pointers needed to catch its rival.
As Sega readies the end of Ryo Hazuki's journey, it polishes up the first two games. Are the remasters worth your time?
I'm not using that title in the review itself more than once.
This digital museum for all things Street Fighter is now open.