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How Alan Wake Remastered strikes a balance between new and old

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Metroid Dread is moody, cryptic, and frequently frustrating

Samus Aran’s new adventure is caught between action and exploration

Lost Judgment is a better sequel with a messy story

I’m split by Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania

Sable is an adventure made from the most chill parts of Breath of the Wild

Echoes of the Eye injects a mystifying and scary microcosm into Outer Wilds

Toem is a charming photography game in black and white

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Deathloop is an intricate mystery that also happens to be an amazing action game

Hard to explain, easy to get lost in

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The best part of Life is Strange: True Colors is that you can finally binge

A game that balances horror, heartbreak, and mystery

Nightslink is an uncanny slice of retro-game horror

No More Heroes 3 is as stylish and shoddy as ever

I Expect You To Die 2 is the most fun I’ve had solving puzzles this year

Twelve Minutes is a strange interactive thriller that’s better with friends

There’s finally a new Densha de Go! train controller, and it’s awesome

The Nintendo Switch gets the first new model in 14 years

The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles is the perfect vacation game

A lengthy whodunit with plenty of charm

Microsoft Flight Simulator is an impressive Xbox Series X workout

Skyward Sword HD is just the thing to hold you over until Breath of the Wild 2

A decade later, you can finally play without motion controls

Mario Golf: Super Rush isn’t weird enough

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Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is next-gen Uncharted by way of Pixar

The PS5 gets a family-friendly blockbuster

Famicom Detective Club brings more great crime drama to the Switch

Resident Evil Village has more guns but fewer scares

Disco Elysium: The Final Cut is like an epic yet enigmatic novel

New Pokémon Snap is a supremely chill safari on the Nintendo Switch

A place to hang out with your favorite pocket monsters

Nier: Replicant is a second chance for a fascinating and flawed game

Fantasian isn’t just charming; it’s the most approachable JRPG I’ve ever played

Doom 3 for PSVR is a solid showcase for Sony’s Aim Controller

Cozy Grove is like Animal Crossing, if it was haunted

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Monster Hunter Rise on the Nintendo Switch is small but mighty

Monster Hunter makes a triumphant portable return

Animal Crossing: New Horizons review: one year later

Twelve months in, the game is a quieter, but still comforting, experience

Gnosia is like a single-player Among Us for the Switch

Bravely Default II is a classic RPG that feels a little too familiar

Puss is a seemingly simple puzzle game except for the psychedelic cats