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The Perils of Man
Nancy Drew knew all about haunted mansions and old clocks. But time travel? She'll leave that to Ana Eberling, Girl Detective.
Wolfenstein: The Old Blood
Nazis are using mechanized war suits and the occult to win the big war. It's "history" by way of an FPS game.
Ori and the Blind Forest
This platformer may be located in an unseeing wood, but it's infused with lavish color. (Also layers of Eastern spirituality.)
Bloodborne is intended to be a long, grinding and utterly bleak gaming experience. Which means there's disease lurking in those creepy crimson platelets.
Mortal Kombat X
Mortal Kombat turns 10 (in game years) when it should have died a long time ago … by its own rancid rules.
The scenes may have changed from firefights on the front lines to drug drops in the big city, but the bullet-blazing action still feels all too familiar.
Code Name: S.T.E.A.M.
It's an alternate steampunk reality where classic literary figures (and Abe Lincoln!) fight for truth, justice and a monster-free tomorrow.
Resident Evil: Revelations 2
In tag-team episodic play, the latest messy Resi tackles the infected hordes once again. But with little Natalie, there's more to it than normal …
Set in an open-sandbox digital re-creation of the U.S., The Crew is a Massively Multiplayer Online game for gearheads.
Kirby and the Rainbow Curse
The pink 'n' bouncy hero Kirby is back to restore color to the universe with the help of a rainbow-painting sidekick.
Five Nights at Freddy's 3
An eerily shadowed blinking-light screen-full-of-static chill. But not your typical scare-fest game.
The Order: 1886
Imagine, if you will, a 19th-century steampunk London in which the Knights of the Round Table are still dashing about serving the monarchy. Actually, you don't have to. The graphically otherworldly Order: 1886 does it for you.
The makers of Evolve want you to get your monster on in this twist on a run-and-gun war game.
Super Smash Bros.
A colorful fight title where tons of characters from 30-plus years of games all get dumped into the ring together.
Zombie, zombies everywhere, without a bite to eat. Except you if you run too slow.
UPDATED REVIEW: Start building your first lava-spurting mega-fortress or figuring out how to stage your favorite Star Wars scene in 3-D block form, and you'll quickly find that the months it takes to build a Lincoln Log city is … child's play.
Assassin's Creed: Rogue
This particular DNA-tapping assassin's tale comes packing a question-everything twist.
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker
So who is this Captain Toad guy, and why is he getting his own spin-off title? Well, if you have to ask, you likely haven't been playing a lot of Mario on the Wii U as of late.
What would you do if all your friends were turned into slavering, gnarly mutants? Sunset Overdrive wants you to find out—in the worst way possible.
Far Cry 4
As in, yet another shooter sequel that's a far cry from family friendly.
LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham
This chockablock game takes its own name quite seriously, pushing the Dark Knight out of his comfort zone. Way out. As in outer space out.
Craftworld's little wool-and-stuffing hero has brought some fluff-stuffed friends along for a third FunFilledFrolic.
Dragon Age: Inquisition
The 2014 installment of Dragon Age is one of the most expansive RPGs ever to crowd out other games on the shelf. So why are people talking about banning it?
Assassin's Creed: Unity
This game is both a révolutionnaire update and just another stab at back-alley stabbing. Pouah! Read on for les détails sordides.
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