Though not nearly challenging enough for veterans of the genre, as a persuasive tribute to Avicii this affecting rhythm romp is tough to argue with.
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A beautiful, creative indie platformer that’s held back from classic status by its infuriatingly imprecise controls. The sumptuous journey is still very much worth it, though.
Though not nearly exploiting its full potential, The Stretchers is goofy, no-frills fun whether you’re flying solo or teaming up with a friend.
Falling prey to so many early-VR pitfalls, the depressingly dated Golem is a stamina-sapping slog.
Death Stranding once again sees Hideo Kojima pushing the boundaries of what video games can be, and the result is a breathtaking and uncompromising – if at times willfully baffling – experience.
One of the Switch’s smartest and most adorable puzzlers to date, no matter its occasional frustrations.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare overcomes some questionable design choices to deliver a densely-packed, slickly addictive military shooter.
Certainly a worthwhile successor to Night School’s debut, if hardly the leap to a higher echelon some may be hoping for.
A shameful disaster which fits only the loosest standards of "fit for sale."
For a video game based on a movie – and a VR one no less – Groundhog Day: Like Father, Like Son should do enough to please fans, even if its neat concept feels a little under-developed in places.