Sea of Thieves always had the foundation of something great; even from its barebones launch, it was a blast to set sail with friends and wrestle with the triple sails and clunky handling of a massive galleon.
Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate chooses wisely, leaves out multiplayer entirely, and pushes a lot of that baggage into the background, largely freeing itself up to make the most of Victorian London
Ranking the best and top Assassin's Creed games is harder than finding a hundred feathers in Renaissance Italy, but we've somehow managed both.
Age of Empires 3 was always a black sheep—the unloved mercenary of its series who'd never be accepted by the other troops no matter its achievements
Super Mario Odyssey marks the first 3D Mario game since Super Mario 3D World in 2011, and arguably the most important Super Mario game
Descenders stumbles in trying to craft an entire game around that core mechanic, and when the honeymoon of flips and downhill drifting wears off, the cracks begin to show.
PowerWash Simulator is a refreshing game, and it’s not just because of the millions of gallons of water that you’ll use to mindlessly wash away sheets of grime
Wobbly Life is a funny sandbox simulation and loved by the kids and also by adults with max 4 players over steam.
Despite the high bar set by the originals, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 is an absolutely rip-roaring remake
90 seconds into my return to Battlefield 4 when I was reminded why it's the greatest Battlefield still kicking.