In our review of Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights, learn why Binary Haze Interactive’s debut Metroidvania is one of 2021’s best.
Where the Heart Leads is a relationship-driven story about the impact we have on our family, friends, and community. In our review, learn why it’s a fully realized yet imperfect version of its vision.
Square Enix’s much-anticipated Episode INTERmission is finally here. Is Yuffie’s adventure worth your time and money? Find out in our full review.
In our review, learn why The Wild at Heart is a serviceable mix of Pikmin and Zelda that fails to live up to its potential.
Read our Resident Evil Village review, and learn how the newest game blends action and horror for a fun, if safe, entry in the series.
Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier continues his investigative reporting in his new book, Press Reset: Ruin and Recovery in the Video Game Industry. Read on for our review.
Ghostrunner offers flashes of brilliance, but is brought down by poor combat and a host of bugs. Learn more in our full Ghostrunner review.
In a year full of strong roguelikes, Going Under stands out thanks to sharp writing and colorful characters; check out our full review.
We Were Here is a two-player game series centered around co-operative puzzle solving. Read our retrospective to learn why the series is worth your time.
In our Burnout Paradise Remastered Switch review, we share why this port shines on Nintendo’s handheld — save for the hefty price tag.