Once I got into Animal Crossing: New Horizons' groove, I understood why people adore this franchise so much.
The Astro ID program has perhaps the deepest level of customization I've ever seen in a gaming headset.
Fuser may be the game that reignites the rhythm genre as a whole – and that would be rather remarkable.
If Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous asks a lot from its players, it’s because it offers a lot back in return.
Doom Eternal isn’t just a fast-and-furious, adrenaline-soaked adventure; it’s also a very smart game about resource management.
Destroy All Humans and SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom - Rehydrated look solid, whether or not you’re an existing fan.
If you’re looking for a hardboiled cyberpunk mystery with a lot of story and a fair bit of gunplay, Liberated looks promising.
I don't know if anyone really expected Google Stadia to work on an airplane — but someone had to try.
Here's what you get in the Google Stadia Founder's Edition pack, and whether it's worth your hard-earned $129.
Mario and Sonic and the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 celebrates Tokyo 1964 with 8-bit nostalgia, 3D adventure, and dozens of exciting events.
While you may associate ray tracing with realistic AAA gaming, Minecraft RTX shows how this new technology has creative applications too.
Oculus' hand-tracking technology on the Oculus Quest is fun and immersive but still has a few bugs to work out.
Blair Witch plays just fine, but its premise and gameplay style seem to take inspiration from other horror games instead of the film series.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is not the first action/RPG to follow the life and times of Goku, but it’s easily the most ambitious.
I went hands-on with the Final Fantasy VII Remake at E3 2019, and the game is much, much more than a graphical overhaul.
Luigi's Mansion 3 is the surprise Nintendo hit of E3, with satisfying combat and puzzle solving and a lovable new companion named Gooigi.
My E3 demo of Sword and Shield felt largely familiar to previous installments, it did stand out in one big way — literally.
With solid emulation and 42 great games, the Sega Genesis Mini is shaping up to be the retro console to beat.
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