The game is already receiving some starkly contrasting scores, which means it’s even more important to read each review carefully. Here’s our favorite thus far.
Is the new Forza Horizon sequel a true-blue masterpiece? The critics are saying “yes” and one of our absolute favorite reviews can be found at The Telegraph.
A significantly updated version of the critically acclaimed title has come to PlayStation 4 and our favorite analysis of the narrative-driven adventure can be found at PSU.
JRPG fans should check out Nintendo Life for one of the best reviews of this beautifully beefed-up Dragon Quest adventure. We love the depth and detail!
The latest NHL effort is here and for all you hockey aficionados, we recommend checking out the excellent review we found at the gaming branch of the Financial Post.
RPG fanatics always search for quality, reliable reviews for niche titles. So if you’re looking for one such review for the new Vita effort, MeiQ, you gotta visit Destructoid.
Xbox One owners wondering if ReCore is worth the price should check out GameSpot, where all their questions will be answered. Not a great game but a great read.
The latest Phoenix Wright entry is finally here and for the best analysis yet, check out USGamer’s detailed and enjoyable review. The ace attorney is back in fine form!
Fighting fans have been anxiously anticipating the arrival of the latest King of Fighters entry. For one of the best available reviews, turn to Game Informer.
The phenomenon that is Hatsune Miku has landed on PlayStation 4 and if you’re wondering how the virtual J-Pop icon has fared, you gotta check out CGM.
If you’re a fan of the anime, you’re undoubtedly interested in the latest game offering from the action vets at Omega Force. For a great review, visit Forbes.
The latest Deus Ex entry has finally arrived and for one of the more complete and enjoyable reviews written thus far, we urge you to check out EGM.
Okay, so Samus isn’t here. But does that mean the latest Metroid entry isn’t worthy of your time? Let Nintendo Life sway your purchase decision.
Abzu is a game that will undoubtedly remind you of the now-classic Journey. HonestGamers illustrates why it’s similar, and how it’s very different.