Sometimes you can actually change too much of something and make it worse, instead of better. This is the case for Just Cause 4.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is a masterpiece in its storytelling, atmosphere, and visuals. However, its slow gameplay and over-reliance on systems bring it down.
Last Year: The Nightmare is an interesting edition to the asymmetrical horror game genre. Providing great balance and fun for both the hardcore and casual.
One of the biggest surprises of 2018, Tetris Effect, combines a wonderful soundtrack and visuals together to make this perhaps the best way to play Tetris.
The Yomawari: Long Night Collection brings both of the cute and spooky PlayStation Vita horror titles to Switch in a seamless manner.
NIS America and Nippon Ichi bring their PlayStation 2 classic to modern consoles with remastered visuals and the same beloved Strategy RPG gameplay.
Death Mark is a fantastic horror themed visual novel that brings with it a well-told story, great interactivity, and some good spooks too.
Although a solid improvement over last year’s game, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey suffers from map bloat and other things that hold it back from being great.
Although the presentation is a little lacking, NBA 2K19 once again delivers the premier basketball simulation experience on the court.
Once again the more arcade-style game in the Forza series delivers top-notch gameplay. Forza Horizon 4 proves another high mark for racing games.