Bad Company's pro-explosion agenda makes its solo and multiplayer components markedly better than they would be otherwise.
If you're still at all invested in keeping up with StarCraft II, there's no reason you shouldn't have Heart of the Swarm.
Jazzpunk is beautiful, beguiling nonsense.
Dynamic, pinpoint-precise combat and a sprawling urban landscape define this great open-world action game from Sucker Punch.
Platinum Games' sequel delivers nuanced, non-stop action that stands among the best in its genre.
The physics-based action in this puzzle-oriented platformer from FrozenByte is inventive, satisfying, and visually stunning.
Undertale combines charming characters, smart writing, and a unique combat system to make one of this fall's biggest surprises.
The Vita version of Rayman: Origins may lack a few of the mechanical touches of its console brethren, but in terms of sheer beauty and fun, little is lost in translation.
The intricate puzzles and tantalizing secrets of this starkly gorgeous, mystical island are enough to lose yourself in for dozens of hours.
Playdead's followup to Limbo expands on and improves all of that game's ideas so thoroughly, there's no question why it took six years to get here.