Editors' Choice

We review hundreds of products in a wide range of categories each year. Here's the best of the best in games.

‘Horizon Zero Dawn’ review

A classic gods and monsters epic, Horizon Zero Dawn, magically blends the thrill of hunting dinosaurs and our infatuation with future-tech. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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Civilization VI Review

  • Keeps the best parts of Civ V
  • New systems integrate beautifully
  • The layout of the map matters more than ever
  • Exciting modding and expansion prospects
  • AI intentions much clearer
  • AI still needs to cheat at higher levels
Our Score 9

Batman: Arkham VR Review

  • Cinematic immersion
  • Game elements are disappointingly thin
  • No satisfying ending
Our Score 5

Battlefield 1 Review

  • Intense World War I battles
  • “Operations” creates huge, lengthy engagements…
  • Campaign mode tells intimate personal stories
  • Historical guns force players to get in…
  • Story chapters are too short
  • Multiplayer modes can get repetitive
Our Score 8

RIGS: Mechanized Combat League Review

  • Fast, fun, easy to understand gameplay
  • High threshold for mastery
  • Rich array of online and solo gameplay options
  • More VR comfort concessions than most other games
  • Will depend on community for sustained play
Our Score 8

Until Dawn: Rush of Blood Review

  • Solid VR jump scares
  • Shooting with motion controllers feels great
  • Until Dawn connection rewards fans without…
  • Unimaginative
  • DualShock control scheme not as good as Move
Our Score 7

Paper Mario: Color Splash Review

  • Beautiful papercraft visuals
  • Charming, often funny writing
  • Simplified mechanics will not appease RPG fans
Our Score 6

Gears of War 4 Review

  • Endless Horde mode is addictive and strategic
  • Competitive multiplayer features fresh new modes
  • Controls still feel mostly great
  • Good weapon variety
  • Campaign is brief, repetitive, and poorly written
  • Some control issues nag
  • Feels too safe in some areas
Our Score 6

World of Warcaft: Legion Review

  • As accessible as ever
  • Surprisingly good story
  • Beautiful new continent
  • World Quests shake up the end-game
  • Classes – new and old – are great fun
  • Class Order Halls could get old
  • Some class balance issues
Our Score 9