The Turtle Beach Stealth 700 Gen 2 Max for Xbox delivers great sound and excellent compatibility, but with a few major caveats.
The SteelSeries Aerox 9 Wireless tries to combine a honeycomb design with MMO gaming mouse functionality, but doesn’t quite succeed at either.
Halo Infinite is a fresh new take on the franchise, and manages to bring everything together into a game that is innovative, familiar, and a lot of fun to play.
Nintendo Switch Sports sticks wisely to the winning Wii Sports formula, while adding a slick online multiplayer mode.
The HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless gaming headset promises — and delivers — hundreds of hours of battery life, as well as good sound and a comfortable fit.
The Razer Huntsman Mini Analog is a solid upgrade for an ambitious keyboard, but its small chassis and high price won’t be to everyone’s taste.
The PS5 is a true generational leap, offering incredibly fast load times and an innovative new controller that can change the way games feel.
Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers brings a daring and unusual JRPG back into the spotlight, but doesn’t smooth over many of its rough patches.
With tried-and-true farming gameplay and a beautiful art style, Rune Factory 5 is a satisfying experience with some significant performance issues.
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga won’t win over any haters, but it has enough extras to make the classic formula more interesting.
The Nintendo Switch OLED sports a gorgeous screen, an improved kickstand and lots of storage space. It’s an easy recommendation for first-time Switch buyers — but not for current Switch owners.
The Roccat Kone XP has a clever design and excellent performance, but a high price and so-so software hold it back.
The Corsair K70 RGB Pro is a worthy follow-up to its best-in-class predecessor. If you’re in the market for a wired mechanical gaming keyboard, this is the one to get.
Since launch, the Nintendo Switch has grown significantly, gaining more battery life, an online subscription and two extra models.
The Corsair One i300 is a gaming PC with a striking design and plenty of powerful components. Expect to pay a premium for the experience, though.
The Xbox Series S has a lot to offer, with gorgeous graphics and an enormous game selection. But it’s not the most future-proof gadget you can buy.
Ghostwire: Tokyo offers a varied arsenal of paranormal powers, and a well-realized deception of the Japanese capital. However, it does fall into some familiar open-world grooves.
Triangle Strategy has a well-written, compelling storyline, incredible gameplay, and nostalgic 2D-3D design that make it a winner despite slow progression through the game and often irritating UI.
The Nintendo Switch Lite takes an already impressive console and makes it cheaper at the expense of some veratility.
The PS4 Pro offers 4K gaming and streaming, gorgeous HDR effects and a healthy game library with VR support.
Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin is an incredibly fun game, filled with bombastic combat, which also expands on the existing lore of the original Final Fantasy.
Dynasty Warriors 9 Empires is often fun, but it's no better than its predecessors — and, in some ways, it's worse.
Babylon’s Fall is an ugly, clunky, incomprehensible mess, and gamers should expect better from both Platinum and Square Enix.
Gran Turismo 7 is the pinnacle of simulation racing, with a wide array of vehicles, customization options and experiences that both newbies and series veterans will enjoy.
The ultra-thin Alienware x14 delivers style and performance in one of the most distinctive gaming laptops of the year.
Horizon Forbidden West is an exceptionally crafted sequel, delivering a thrilling open-world experience that fans of the original game will love.