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.
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.
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.
OlliOlii World is an exhilarating and mechanical skateboarding side-scroller that consistently falls on the right side of the line between frustration and fun.
Sifu's incredibly satisfying combat can make you feel like an action-movie hero, but its challenging encounters and roguelike progression could leave less dedicated players feeling defeated.
Lost Ark features a beautiful world and engaging gameplay, but it’s held back by clunky animations, mediocre voice acting and an unoriginal story.
Pokémon Legends: Arceus struggles with graphics and certain aspects of gameplay, but its expansive world, endless Pokémon to find, and strong storyline make it worth playing.
Dying Light 2 Stay Human offers a sprawling open-world, ripe for exploration — if you can tolerate the frequent technical issues
The MSI Bravo 15 leverages solid AMD components to deliver decent gaming performance, although it doesn’t have the prettiest design or screen.
Monster Hunter Rise shines on PC, thanks to updated graphics and higher frame rates. It is the definitive edition of an already-fantastic title.
The Lenovo G25-10 is a low-priced gaming monitor with fine features but disappointing image quality.
The GE76 Raider is the definition of top-of-the-line gaming laptop, eschewing portability and battery life to deliver uncompromised power.
Chorus’ ambitious and frenetic space combat makes for some satisfying dogfights, but its convoluted story doesn't stick the landing.
GameSir recently launched the Lightning version of its X2 mobile controller for iPhones. It's a solid product, but far from perfect, as it can't handle the iPhone 13 Pro Max's camera bump.
Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl are remakes of good games, with some excellent quality of life changes. But Nintendo has applied those changes inconsistently throughout.
Jurassic World Evolution 2 builds on its predecessor’s framework to create a super-satisfying park management sim with the occasional raptor attack.
Just Dance 2022 isn’t filled with flashy new mechanics or game-changing improvements. But with a host of catchy new songs, Just Dance 2022 is an exciting continuation of the successful rhythm series.
Battlefield 2042 occasionally captures the epic scale and multiplayer madness the series is known for. But the game often stumbles due to poor design decisions and technical issues.