A combination diving-themed metroid-vania and restaurant management sim offers up some of the most diverse gameplay I’ve seen. This far below sea level, Dave the Diver might just be the deepest game I’ve ever played.
A classic 3D Mario adventure in unconventional sideshow packaging, Bowser’s most environmentally consequential tantrum makes for a great weekend game.
Hogwarts Legacy doesn’t always hit its mark, but the game exudes a genuine care for its excellently-rendered world. It’s hard not to lose yourself in the magic.
You ever feel like there’s not enough time in the day?
This game about two divorcing parents unable to cooperate is the most fun co-op experience I’ve ever had.
Playing with time is dangerous, but The Forgotten City does everything right.
Ignoring a last-minute tantrum, Psychonauts is a very well-written and well-designed game that holds up surprisingly… well.
Halo Infinite is a very fun game with potential for longevity and greatness. But so far, this fight is unfinished.
Taking things out of boxes never felt so rewarding.
The Witcher’s journey to the Duchy of Toussaint is a liberal blend of beauty and brutality. In every corner, it’s The Witcher 3, but better.