Total War: Warhammer III is the best Total War has ever been, period. The sheer scale of it all is truly awe inspiring, which makes the attention every little detail receives all the more astounding.
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Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy is wildly entertaining, hilarious, full of heart, and an absolute blast from beginning to end.
Legion TD 2 is a great take on what can be a stale genre, but it has put far too many limits on its mechanics to engage with them too deeply.
Cyberpunk 2077 is an enjoyable experience, with incredible immersion and bar-raising world design. However, its light RPG mechanics and standard fare gameplay systems hold it back.
The Banner Saga 3 is a fantastic end to one of gaming's best trilogies. The enthralling writing and engaging combat combine into one of the most satisfying gaming experiences to be had.
Aegis Defenders fuses two genres seamlessly, providing one of the best tower defense experiences in years.
All of the parts of A Case of Distrust almost come together for an amazing adventure experience. Unfortunately, the all-important plot is too familiar to be wholly engaging.
The story's fast pace takes away some weight from the big events in the story, but Book 2 still delivers an engrossing experience.
Super Mario Odyssey will easily rank as one of the best Mario games ever made. It's pure fun, plain and simple.
South Park: The Fractured But Whole is South Park at its best backed up by gameplay that would stand on its own in any other game.
If you like a slower story more about political intrigue wrapped up in a great presentation, you'll love The Pillars of the Earth.
The Surge has great gameplay and wonderful levels to get lost in as you run around throwing limbs about and destroying robots.
Horizon Zero Dawn is great game design wrapped up in one of the best AAA packages put out to date.
An intriguing concept hindered by too much going on. There are plenty of details throughout, but few received the attention they deserved.
An easy Game of the Year contender, Inside is an example of game design executed near perfectly.
Blood and Wine is what all expansions should aspire to be, is the perfect send-off for the series, and should be loved by anyone who enjoyed the base game.
A game full of interesting ideas but lacks the execution.
An above average narrative, excellent dialogue, and wonderful pacing should make Firewatch enjoyable to any adventure fan.
The Ice Dragon mistakes shock and surprise for engaging material. Combined with the typical Telltale technical woes, it leaves behind an underwhelming experience.
Season 1 can be defined by its misused and poorly executed potential, leaving behind something a little better than average.