The newest Assassin’s Creed lives in the world of 9th-century Vikings, a world of bloody, brutal conquests.
This gentle, fun adaptation of a popular Nick Jr. show invites young gamers into a puppy-driven, problem-solving adventure.
This open-world game starts out with an interesting gameplay premise, but devolves into profanity, torture, torment and death.
This T-rated Marvel superhero game feels fun and familiar, though it’s somewhat marred by occasional profanities.
Despite its title, Vadar Immortal resists the urge to fully embrace the dark side, content-wise, in this VR title.
Samurai Jack is back and leaping in your family room! Is that a good thing?
Sometimes you just want a good racing game. Sorry Fast & Furious fans, Crossroads just ain’t it.
A new Paper Mario with an unfolding origami scheme.
This historical combat game is both brutal and beautiful. But is it something you’ll want your teens wading into?
Ever wondered what it’d be like to don Iron Man’s armor? Sony might just make those dreams come true—virtually speaking.