With an in-canon story, new cutscenes and more, RWBY: Arrowfell will appeal to fans of the franchise. But it's not free of issues.
The goalpost may not have been particularly high, but Police Simulator: Patrol Officers is the best police sim game we've played.
Inertial Drift: Twilight Rivals Edition gives the unique racing game a next-gen upgrade and includes new content.
With striking artwork and a sci-fi story worthy of Hollywood, it's safe to say that Somerville grabbed us from the very start.
You've got to admire Horse Tales: Emerald Valley Ranch for everything it tries to do. The problem is, much of it just isn't done very well.
After a slow start Pentiment grabs you, challenging you to solve mysteries where your choices and actions really do matter.
With a library of over 100 games and a wealth of museum-like content, Atari 50: The Anniversary Celebration lives up to its name.
Surprise! West of Loathing has a follow-up. And it's every bit as delightful.
Bloody Ties, the first expansion for Dying Light 2, invites you to take part in a brutal tournament. But is is worth your time?
Save Room is incredibly basic, but we can hardly criticise it for it. This inventory management puzzle game does exactly what it sets out to do.
Bayonetta 3 is an ambitious sequel which adds a grander sense of scale. But while some things pay off, others drag it down.
A calm and serene photography adventure through a mystical land, there's a lot to like about Beasts of Maravilla Island.
The first DLC for Escape Academy is here, and Escape From Anti-Escape Island brings five more engaging escape room puzzles to the game.
Empire building is fun but sieges and army-on-army battles are where Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord really shines.
When Sonic Frontiers is good it's an absolute blast, but it has its fair share of strange design decisions and frustrations.
A Little to the Left is a breath of fresh air and exactly the sort of wholesome game we need more of.
Marrying traditional survival horror gameplay with a unique setting and spiritual themes, The Chant feels fresh but familiar.
Finally available on Nintendo Switch, co-op adventure game It Takes Two may have taken a visual hit but it's still as lovely as ever.
The Football Manager series has been ever-present since 2005, and before that, its developer Sports Interactive was the architect of its predecessor, Championship Manager. These...
With its gripping story, more open world and perfectly refined combat, God of War Ragnarok is quite simply sensational.