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If you thought 2018 was an epic year for video games, just wait until you see what 2019 has in store. Chances are there are more games to be announced, too.
We've reviewed hundreds of games this year, many of them being simply worth a "meh". Just over a handful, however, have been downright awful.
Jagged Alliance: Rage! is fun for a while, but its stripped down turn-based gameplay struggles to hold your long-term interest.
It may not have a compelling plot or beautiful graphics, but Earth Defense Force 5 is still brilliant nonetheless. Altogether now: EDF! EDF! EDF!
Spintires: MudRunner – American Wilds can feel a bit like hard work at times, but honestly, there's nothing else quite like it.
Buy Just Cause 4 for its explosions and brilliant grappling hook modifications. Don't buy it for its boring and repetitive campaign.
DOOM becomes 25 years old today. Celebrate with Bethesda, and take part in what the company is calling the Year of DOOM to earn rewards.
While its lack of extras is a bit disappointing, SEGA Genesis / Mega Drive Classics offers a great selection of games that are still fun to play.
If side-scrolling beat 'em ups are your thing and you own a Nintendo Switch, you really ought to check out QUByte Interactive's 99Vidas.
Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom could have been a masterpiece, but poor checkpointing and the occasional lack of direction really let it down.
I haven't made a dent in Just Cause 4's campaign yet, largely because I've become addicted to attaching balloons to random NPCs.
If you like getting cars sideways and want a game totally focused on it, keep Drift19 on your radar. It releases next year on Steam.
Darksiders III doesn't waste your time with needless padding or fluff, and that's partly why exploring its wonderfully interconnected world is so much fun.
Infuse your home with the fresh smell of a decaying corpse, or just buy a nifty looking collector's pin – Numskull Designs' Resident Evil 2 merchandise range has something for everyone.
You can now get ready for Atelier Lulua: The Scion of Arland by playing the original Atelier Arland trilogy on PS4, Switch or PC.
Take Twisted Metal and add a battle royale spin and you have notmycar, a vehicular car combat game on an epic scale. It releases on Steam early next year.
Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom is a challenging game, but with our tips, you might just make it to the end of its epic adventure.
Is Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom's dragon boss getting you down? Follow our guide and you'll put out his fire dead easy.
The lion boss might give you some trouble in Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom. With our help, you'll defeat him without much of a struggle though.
Made it to the snake boss in Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom and finding yourself stuck? Here's how you beat him and continue your adventure.