Playdead's followup to Limbo expands on and improves all of that game's ideas so thoroughly, there's no question why it took six years to get here.
Homefront may look pretty, but it's a monotonous and confused slog.
It's hard to imagine a better Doom game in 2016 than this exhilarating, darkly witty new take on id's classic.
Naughty Dog does more than go back to the well with Nathan Drake's greatest adventure yet.
It's the Star Fox game you wanted...in 2002.
Insomniac reimagines a classic, making it more than a simple movie tie-in.
Though a handful of major bugs hold back the PC release a bit, Dark Souls III is a satisfying finale to the monumental series.
Quantum Break is an ambitious experience, but neither the video game nor the live-action sides of this time travel story come together in a satisfactory way.
Far more than just a farming game, this one-man labor of love is filled with seemingly endless content and heart.
The side content is too repetitive, but The Division's main content and exciting multiplayer component stand out and make this thing worth seeing, provided you've got some like-minded friends around.