A sandbox of extraordinary scope created with a masterful attention to detail. A patchy campaign doesn't spoil this wonderful, evocative city.
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A brilliant strategy game that manages to be both broad and deep, challenging and accessible.
A brilliant singleplayer campaign married to inventive, skill-intensive multiplayer that calls back to FPS classics of old.
A stellar action platformer with gorgeous presentation and excellent combat. Punishing but worth it.
A slow start gives way to a thought-provoking adventure in a remarkable setting. A fitting follow-up to a beloved RPG.
Deep but accessible, Battlerite is packed with smart decisions and reliably creates great competitive moments.
A little obtuse in places, but otherwise this is the best new RPG in years. Demands your time and your brain, but it's worth it.
A beautifully designed, tough, and cheerful roguelike that rewards perseverance with a singular feeling of finesse.
A great game and, with time, potentially a classic. Much rests on Frontier's ability to build on these broad but somewhat shallow foundations.
The most exciting multiplayer shooter in recent years, held back from greatness by its questionable staying power.