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The best PC, console and mobile games that scored high in reviews and articles on our website. The list is sorted by release date (latest to oldest) and is divided by platforms - it includes PC, console and mobile games for tablets and smartphones.

Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes Review - More Than Just Mashing Buttons
8.5

Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes Review - More Than Just Mashing Buttons

Featuring some familiar faces, Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes blends two genres together to give you a game that is a blast to play. Read our review.

TMNT Shredder's Revenge Review: A Tubular Throwback
9.0

TMNT Shredder's Revenge Review: A Tubular Throwback

A reimagining of the classic Turtles games from decades ago, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Shredder’s Revenge has a lot to offer to fans and those wanting a fun, colorful arcade experience with lots of personality.

The Quarry Review: Camp of Consequences
8.5

The Quarry Review: Camp of Consequences

Camps are known to be dangerous at night in most horror films. How does Camp Hackett stand up to that trope in The Quarry?

Sniper Elite 5 Review: Sharp Shooter
8.0

Sniper Elite 5 Review: Sharp Shooter

Sniper Elite 5 takes Karl Fairburne to the French countryside to thwart some Nazi plans once more. Gameplay improvements and new features make this installment feel familiar but still just as fun.

Trek to Yomi Review: A Trek Worth Taking
8.0

Trek to Yomi Review: A Trek Worth Taking

A beautiful and immersive journey, Trek to Yomi is a game that Akira Kurosawa would have made. Read our review.

MLB The Show 22 Review: Designated Hitter
8.0

MLB The Show 22 Review: Designated Hitter

The start of baseball season is here and with it comes the new MLB The Show 22. Is this the best baseball sim out there you should be playing or is it more of the same?

Weird West Review: Outlaws vs Witches vs Werewolves
9.0

Weird West Review: Outlaws vs Witches vs Werewolves

A brand new action RPG set in the wild west with a supernatural twist, Weird West balances challenging combat with a fully fleshed out western setting that begs to be explored.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land Review: Childlike Wonder
8.5

Kirby and the Forgotten Land Review: Childlike Wonder

The latest Kirby game is here and looks very different from its past installments. Is a 3D format the next big thing for the pink puffball?

GTA 5 PS5 Review: Great, But Getting Old
8.0

GTA 5 PS5 Review: Great, But Getting Old

How many times has GTA 5 been re-released already? Probably too many times to count, and so you have to ask yourself: is this next-gen version of Rockstar’s open-world masterpiece really worth the upgrade?

Ghostwire Tokyo Review: Hauntingly Beautiful
9.0

Ghostwire Tokyo Review: Hauntingly Beautiful

Ghostwire Tokyo takes inspiration from Japanese mythology and culture to brilliantly combine horror elements into an open-world action RPG experience that is incredibly satisfying to play.

Games we look forward to

Exciting releases are coming. Below, you'll find a list of most anticipated PC and console games. We look at what the future holds and try to predict the games' scores.

Path of Exile 2 – A Worthy Rival of Diablo 4
8.3

Path of Exile 2 – A Worthy Rival of Diablo 4

Diablo's biggest rival has taken a collision course and is planning to thwart Blizzard's plans. Path of Exile 2 is basically a brand new game and it looks like there will be a duel between alpha males in the hack'n'slash market.

Yandere Simulator hands-on – Hitman in a skirt or a rather disturbing high-school murder sim
8.2

Yandere Simulator hands-on – Hitman in a skirt or a rather disturbing high-school murder sim

Yandere Simulator may be one of the weirdest and most disturbing among the games which are currently developed. While it originated in the USA, it’s got a distinct, and intentional, vibe of a morbid Japanese curiosity.

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord First look at E3 – Sieges, realism and staying true to the original
9.5

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord First look at E3 – Sieges, realism and staying true to the original

TaleWorlds showed us how to conquer strongholds in Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord while they visited E3. The game will introduce lots of novelties, but it will stay true to the spirit of the original game.