A unique take on post-apocalyptic point-and-click adventure, now on your smartphone.
This spiritual successor to Planescape: Torment delivers on its fans' high expectations.
Half the game doesn't even work, but the parts that do function are pretty entertaining.
Aloy's robot-murder spree is less about open-world invention and more about cold, efficient discipline.
Bigger isn't always better.
Our verdict on Nintendo's brand new quasi-portable console.
Clever and authentic, this long-awaited indie adventure game unfortunately overstays its welcome.
For Honor is complex and interesting-- but it won't bother helping you discover that depth.
Do hold your breath.
This horror game with a Silent HIll vibe tells a story about real atrocities committed in Taiwan by the Kuomintang-- from the point of view of two high school students.
This true-to-life independent game about life on Chicago's south side plays things a little too safe.
With a new battle system and a much darker story, the new Tales of game takes a lot of risks. We see if they pay off.
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard's first-person perspective and murder-house plot humanizes its enemies in a way that's fresh and new -- and connects back to themes from earlier Resident Evil games.
The latest Kingdom Hearts compilation offers new material for series diehards, but doesn’t justify its considerable asking price.
The latest in Sega's series of open-world mobster games refines a successful formula.
Last year's pretty pixel-art cyberpunk mystery game has all-new puzzles and voice acting.
Stumbling at the starting line.
And you thought alternate history got weird in the base game.
Dare you climb the Tower of Barbs?