The Corsair M65 RGB Ultra Wireless is a clever take on an excellent gaming mouse, but good performance can’t quite cover for some bizarre design choices.
The Alienware Aurora R11 packs powerful hardware in a distinctive chassis, although it’s loud, heavy and expensive.
Back 4 Blood is Left 4 Dead in everything but name. Delivering tense co-op zombie-shooting action, it’s the true spiritual successor to Turtle Rock’s classic franchise.
New World offers players — even MMO veterans — a satisfying mix of combat, character growth and discovery.
Since launch, the Nintendo Switch has grown significantly, gaining more battery life, an online subscription and two extra models.
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.
Metroid Dread meets — and arguably surpasses — its lofty expectations, with demanding gameplay, clever level design and an ambitious story.
Far Cry 6 isn’t quite the powerful, cinematic experience that Ubisoft promised, but this flawed adventure is still great fun for open-world shooter fans.
Alan Wake Remastered doesn’t overhaul the original foundations, but it does add welcome improvements to a game that has mostly stood the test of time.
The PS5 is a true generational leap, offering incredibly fast load times and an innovative new controller that can change the way games feel.
The Razer Huntsman V2 combines innovative optical switches with quieter keycaps and gorgeous RGB lighting for a mild upgrade over its predecessor.
Diablo II: Resurrected recreates the best parts of the original game with a fresh coat of paint. However, the core gameplay design feels a bit dated.
The Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Wireless features a lightweight chassis, two kinds of wireless connectivity, long battery life and excellent in-game performance.
If you're looking to escape reality, WarioWare: Get It Together is wacky, frenetic fun. But the novelty may wear off after several hours.
On the pitch, FIFA 22 is the best the series has ever been, but offline modes have again been neglected in favor of FIFA Ultimate Team.
What Kena: Bridge of Spirits lacks in new ideas, it makes up for with an abundance of charm and gorgeous visuals.
NBA 2K22 provides something for everybody, from intense local matches with friends, to an immersive franchise mode, to an integrated online community.
Tails of Iron is a beautiful and charming side-scroller with brutal combat and a grim story. Fight as the rat king Redgi and reclaim your kingdom.
Gamedec is a cyberpunk RPG driven by its story and decisions. There’s no combat, just you using your crime-solving skills to progress.
Deathloop makes the most of its creative time loop mechanics and tight gameplay, but the repetition can wear thin after a while.
Wrath of the Righteous is a beautiful love letter to tabletop RPGs that faithfully evokes the thrill of sitting down to play through an epic adventure.
The Razer Basilisk V3 has just one big difference from its predecessors: an automatically adjusting scroll wheel. As it turns out, that’s a pretty major advantage.
The Origin PC Millennium is a beautiful system with excellent hardware and solid build quality. It’s pricey, but you get what you pay for.
The Razer Blade 15 Advanced is still an excellent gaming laptop, with a sleek design and impressive performance. It also still costs a whole lot of money.
Life Is Strange: True Colors represents the best the franchise has ever been, and provides a perfect jumping-on point for newcomers.
Tales of Arise doesn’t exactly forge new ground in the JRPG genre, but a fast-paced battle system and a well-told story make it easy to pick up, and hard to put down.
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.
Boyfriend Dungeon elicits an emotional attachment to its large cast of characters, but repetitive gameplay and dungeons sour the experience.