WRC 8 is the most in-depth rally sim to ever wear the official license.
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No matter which mode you approach it from, Gears 5 is an incredibly fun and polished game.
NHL 20 makes strides on the ice with its improved shot, but makes some curious decisions off it.
A gorgeous throwback hampered by uninspired mission design and over-indulgent storytelling.
NBA 2K20 excels at recreating real-world basketball, but loses focus off of the court.
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Catherine: Full Body offers a fresh new way to experience the 2011 PS3 classic with new twists and surprises galore.
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne adds loads of impressive monsters and tons of quality-of-life improvements to an already incredible game.
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Astral Chain is every bit as awesome as it looks in motion, which is to say it's downright incredible.
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Oninaki is a gorgeous and entertaining, if slightly clunky, RPG that isn't afraid to explore some heavy themes in novel ways.
Wreckfest is the long-overdue return of serious, high-quality destruction racing. Fierce, frantic fun.
Sharp writing, believable acting and a twisting plot make Telling Lies an essential detective game.