LEGO Harry Potter Collection brings back the series to new consoles, but it doesn't update it enough.
Kenshi is rough around the edges, but it gives the greatest sandbox game style ever seen.
It's a quirky puzzle game disguised as a murder simulator.
Ride 3 immerses you in the world of motorcycle racing, albeit with a few bumps.
Nairi: Tower of Shirin gets a lot right, not too much wrong, and gives you a LOT of puzzles.
Rockstar Games' Red Dead Redemption 2 is a near-masterpiece that has so much for the player to do that there's too much.
Tin Man Games' The Warlock of Firetop Mountain is a surprisingly good take on 1980s-style pen-and-paper fantasy gaming.
Haimrik tries to do a bit too much, but still makes for a good game.
We take a look at Mastiff Games' militaristic shooter, Heavy Fire: Red Shadow, in PlayStation VR.
Switchblade makes a team-based multiplayer vehicle arena game...and somewhat pulls it off.