Fantasia: Music Evolved is wonderful, colorful, musical fun, both intoxicating and empowering in its approach.
Xbox One Game Reviews
Alien: Isolation is not just a brilliant homage to the original film, it's also given us plenty of reasons to be completely afraid of the dark again.
Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition is the apotheosis of GTA clones and proves itself just as enjoyable and beautiful as all the games and films that have inspired it.
Thought it's a pretty dark narrative for 2D platformer, Chariot doesn't get bogged down by its existential overtones.
D4 is completely bonkers, with a cast of characters that range from the mundane to the downright strange and more twists than a M. Night Shyamalan film, but its unpredictable nature only adds to the fun.
The hardened NHL fan looks past visual achievements, and finds a hollow experience devoid of some of the depth that made NHL 14 so good.
Taking full advantage of the newer Kinect’s upgraded body tracking and voice recognition, Dance Central Spotlight is the first Xbox One game to make a compelling case for Microsoft’s once-mandatory peripheral.
Valiant Hearts: The Great War is a fantastic tale grounded deep in actual and awful history, history the game has no problem sharing with you as you play.
Nutjitsu looks, plays and feels like it was designed as a quick-and-dirty port, without any form of optimization done to differentiate it from its original version.
There's never enough time in the day to get everything you need to get done finished. When you've only got one minute to save the world from a robot invasion, the odds seem absolutely insurmountable. Unless you're the Super Time Force and have the unique ability to shred holes through time and space.