Clever and mischievous, Pony Island is a surprisingly slick and deceptive indie gem with a firm hold on what makes videogames so unique and versatile
While it might feel a tad too familiar to its elder brethren, The Lost Legacy packs more than enough action and drama to be worthy of the name Uncharted, and ends Naughty Dog's work with the series on a fairly high note
Life is Strange often shines with brilliance and emotions thanks to strong characters and interesting ideas, but its strengths are constantly hampered by weird dialogues, weak performances and technical issues
The grand finale of Rocksteady's Batman games, Arkham Knight is a decisive title that frequently stumbles between brilliance and stupidity
Abandoning the original's forced dark tone and bland protagonist, Watch Dogs 2 explodes with silly characters, a sense of fun and multiple play-styles in an excellent open world
Combining their excellent writing with the crazy world of Gearbox' flagship franchise, Telltale delivers an explosive and hilarious ride with Tales from the Borderlands
Nier: Automata doubles as both a deep, complex story about the human soul as well as an elegant action game with unique approach to the medium that cement its place in video game history
Despite a somewhat puddled final third, A Thief's End is an exciting, beautiful and ultimately heartfelt conclusion to Naughty Dog and Sony's adventure series
An unpredictable story, inventive gameplay and excellent soudntrack make Undertale a timeless classic and a superior example of video-gaming storytelling.
Ambitious and grandiose, and boasting tremendous production values, Final Fantasy XV is a gigantic, actionized sequel that does more than a little justice to a beloved franchise, even though it not always manages to strike all of its goals.