Life is Strange: True Colors doesn’t reach the same heights as its predecessors, but it’s a good reminder about how vital the series is.
When Chivalry II works, I absolutely love it. But, at least at launch, it’s also plagued with matchmaking bugs that often make it more frustrating than fun.
From its opening moments, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart feels like a next-gen title.
The demon’s in the details.
Biomutant is a game with a ton of ideas—many of them great—that seem only halfway realized.
There wolf, there castle.
Kill and be killed