This year’s obligatory Call of Duty offering is here and for a beautifully written and nicely presented review, we suggest checking out Time’s complete analysis.
The much-anticipated sequel has arrived and for an excellent review that’ll get you all amped up, we recommend you check out our favorite analysis, courtesy of Jim Sterling.
The WWE has proclaimed a “new era” in wrestling but is that reflected in 2K’s latest game installment? Fans would be well advised to visit Arcade Sushi for the answer.
Dragon Ball Z fans want to know if the anticipated sequel is another step in the right direction, and for the best possible answer, we direct you toward IGN.
It’s one of the hottest games on the planet right now but does the latest Battlefield hit the bull’s-eye? Check The Telegraph for the best possible answer.
World of FInal Fantasy has arrived and if you’re wondering whether it can attract both new and old fans, you should read the comprehensive review at GamesBeat.
Gear is back and if you have some reservations about how a new developer handled an installment in this revered franchise, you gotta check out Digital Spy’s review.
The latest and perhaps most anticipated Mafia entry has arrived and for the best game analysis yet, we suggest turning to EGM for a top-tier review.
It’s a collection of VR experiences designed to help introduce you to the interactive world of virtual reality, but NZGamer explains why it falls a little shy.
The VR game reviews are starting to roll in and one of our favorites can be found at Destructoid. If you’re a new PlayStation VR owner, you’re doing your homework, right?
Dragon Quest Builders should appeal to all you ultra-creative creators out there but if you’re not convinced, we suggest you check out our favorite review at GamesRadar.
Paper Mario is back but does it live up to fan expectations? For the definitive answer, visit Shacknews and check out a well-written, well-structured review.
Those looking to sample a unique experience that combines classic role-playing elements with rhythm-based gameplay should check out The Metronomicon, so says Hardcore Gamer.
The revered Shin Megami Tensei franchise has returned and if you’re an avid role-playing fan, you crave a top-tier review. Well, you can find it at Polygon.