A few outdated features aside, eFootball PES 2020 marks an exciting new era for the long-running series.
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Like Seasons, this is one of those The Sims 4 additions that really makes the game feel fresh and new again, and can change every aspect of your sim's daily life.
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is an excellent expansion so large that it almost feels like a sequel. It's a better version of a great game.
Gears 5 biggest changes don't reinvent the series, but give the classic shooter more room to breathe. Let Gears be Gears.
A fine take on psychological horror cut down by bugs and wonkiness.
At its best Man of Medan delivers a confident and well crafted horror experience with a genuinely clever two player mode. But it's unbalanced pacing has a little too much opening filler and an unsatisfying conclusion.
A bright idea made dull by constant repetition and diminishing rewards.
The perfect blend of narrative and gameplay, coherency and strangeness, Control is a game we'll be talking about for generations.
Telling Lies is a paragon for storytelling, for character arcs that surprise you and linger on long after the credits – and videos – have ended.
Madden NFL 20 clears the roster and properly initiates the rebuilding phase for football's first franchise.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood is a spin-off with big ambitions let down by lacklustre execution.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses fully realizes a new, meaningful direction for the franchise that makes it the best it has ever been.
Come for the crunchy combat and stay for the seductive systems that will keep you playing long after the compelling campaign has been conquered.
All the joy and satisfaction of the original, now with upgraded toys, a bigger world and a dog you can pet
Super Mario Maker 2 is an almost perfect package, putting equal emphasis on discovery, creation, story mode, and outright brilliant gameplay.
The Sinking City's engrossing premise is ultimately betrayed by counterintuitive systems and bleak monotony.
This faithful recreation of the once king of kart racers means Crash Team Racing has seized the throne once more, with enough content and a high skill ceiling to keep players returning for years.
Despite the fantastic story, Judgment stops short of being a must-play thanks to its shallow and unfulfilling crime-solving gameplay.
An old school gangster shooter that makes the most of cutting edge tech
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