WWE 2K23 builds on the solid foundation established by WWE 2K22, improving on nearly everything that came before.
Despite clunky controls and a lackluster remaster, it was well worth waiting 15 years for Fatal Frame: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse.
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is a fast, focused, and compelling game that is sure to challenge fans of soulslikes, but it does feel uneven at times.
Scars Above is an extremely short and generic third-person shooter that fails to justify even its budget price point.
Theatrhythm Final Bar Line hits most of the right notes while offering a nostalgic celebration of Final Fantasy and its music.
Atomic Heart has some solid bones in the story and general design, but it is worsened at every step by an incredible amount of bloat.
Elderand is a competent Metroidvania offering but suffers from inconsistent bosses and a reluctance to dive deep enough into its inspirations.
Like a Dragon: Ishin is a fantastic remake of a title that hasn't left Japan in 9 years, only lacking some polish in a few areas.
Wild Hearts refreshes the hunting genre with clever crafting and awesome beasts but is brought down by a poor technical state and weak story.
Dust & Neon features meticulous gameplay that demands attention to each decision made, and adds a unique twist on the twin-stick shooter genre.
Returnal marks yet another high quality PC port of a PlayStation exclusive game and is a must-buy for anyone that hasn't already played on PS5.
Wanted: Dead has flashes of enjoyability but is ultimately a mediocre experience with repetitive combat and other issues that keep it from greatness.
Hogwarts Legacy lets players live out their Harry Potter fantasies in the form of a massive open world game that exceeds expectations.
SpongeBob SquarePants: The Cosmic Shake showcases vast references from the show but falters due to dull combat.
The Dead Space remake improves on the 2008 original in every category with significantly upgraded graphics, gameplay, and more.
Scavengers Studio’s Season: A Letter to the Future is a laid back and slow-paced exploration game with simple mechanics and compelling environments.
Neptunia: Sisters VS Sisters is a monotonous journey filled with repetition that plagues its level-design, combat, and overarching structure.
One Piece Odyssey presents a rousing but occasionally flawed adventure that should mostly satisfy One Piece fans and JRPG enthusiasts alike.
Forspoken promises an intriguing world with a deep magic combat system, but it struggles in presentation and execution.
Monster Hunter Rise on PlayStation 5 is a fantastic port that is worth the wait for eager fans who could not experience it before.