Are you ready kids? Aye, aye Captain Toad!
Oh, Luffy. Stretchy, freaky, punchy Luffy. How fun you are to play as!
Welcome to Pebberley Island, where things are much the same, only covered in sand.
Some games are just outright bad. Left Alive, on the other hand, is a bad game with some good ideas. But that just makes it all the more disappointing.
Attack of the Earthlings has a cinematic premise, mixing XCOM-style gameplay with Alien-like monsters and Monty Python-esque comedy. Sadly, it doesn't quite deliver.
A year later, MX vs ATV All Out is in much better shape, but this Anniversary Edition of the game still isn't going to set your world on fire.
Trüberbrook is a feast for the eyes but will leave you feeling otherwise empty.
Dante is back, and he's got more friends than ever in Devil May Cry 5. Is it perfect? No. But as Devil May Cry games go, it's still bloody good.
Dust off your neon leg warmers and don’t feed your gremlin after midnight: we’re jumping into the 80s.
RemiLore is a pretty basic hack-and-slash that offers some interesting levelling up options, but the lack of depth in both the story and combat leaves it feeling a little empty.
Rad Rodgers is back... again. The Radical Edition of the game includes new local co-op features and more. It's also now available on Switch, too.
Played solo, Degrees of Separation is simply a chore. But get a friend to play it with you and the experience is transformed.
Treasure Stack's unique twist on a familiar genre makes for addictive and engaging gameplay – but it's not going to be for everyone.
Dead or Alive 6 plays things safe, but the action is just as fast-paced and entertaining as ever. Basically, fans of the series will love it.
I've never played anything quite so bizarre as ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove.
Did you, by any chance, while playing Hotline Miami, ever stop and think, "this game would be so much better if I was a gorilla"?
Fimbul weaves a tale through Norse mythology that strikes awe – but it's backed by gameplay that leaves you wanting something more.
Controversy or not, Devotion is lovely, haunting stuff.
With its tight controls and short but challenging levels, Almost There: The Platformer is a game that you'll keep going back to until you've conquered it.
Trials Rising is undoubtedly the biggest and best Trials game yet. It's an absolute must-have for fans of the series, and is welcoming to newcomers, too.