A somewhat underwhelming final level aside, Doom stands tall as a phenomenal demon-slaying first-person shooter fueled by exhilarating action and striking presentation.
Haunting and unsettling, Inside is a beautifully disturbing platformer with unique puzzles and unforgettable presentation, although its final act may leave you a bit cold.
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
Gravity Rush is a lovely and inventive game with beautifully looking locations and fun gravity-defying mechanics, even if it can be very rough on edges
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
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
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.
Exciting action, jaw-dropping battles and surprisingly excellent campaign grant Titanfall an infinitely superior sequel that ranks among the best first-person shooters of recent years