Editors' Choice

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

‘Kingdom Hearts III’ review

Kingdom Hearts 3 features seven dazzling Disney and Pixar worlds to explore. This time around, the wondrous combat matches the magic of the scenery and characters. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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Anthem Review

  • A beautiful world to explore
  • Interesting lore
  • Flying is outstanding fun
  • Plot points are separated by hours of grind
  • Events become repetitive

Far Cry New Dawn Review

  • Scavenging and crafting is fun
  • The Saw Launcher. Enough said
  • More interesting version of Hope County
  • Side content is engaging and meaningful
  • Poorly written story
  • Less dedicated missions than other Far Cry games
Our Score 8

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Review

  • Washington D.C. is dynamic, interesting to explore…
  • Tons of activities in addition to standard…
  • Excellent gunplay
  • Enemies are smarter
  • UI can get cluttered and hard to read
  • More of an incremental upgrade

Metro: Exodus Review

  • Brilliant environments and atmosphere
  • Balanced blend of survival and action
  • Emotional and satisfying story
  • Deep customization options
  • Bugs can get in the way
  • Occasionally obtuse objectives
Our Score 8

Kingdom Hearts 3 Review

  • Beautiful Disney worlds
  • Attraction Flow summoning system
  • Earnest writing in each world
  • New Keyblades offer extremely varied combat
  • Epic boss battles
  • Gummi ship sequences are boring
  • The overarching story is a mess
Our Score 9

Dead Cells Review

  • Fast-paced combat
  • Meaningful unlockables
  • A vast progression system
  • Great visuals and presentation
  • Platforming sections feel underwhelming
  • Shields are pointless
Our Score 8

Resident Evil 2 Review

  • Best-in-class visuals and sound design
  • Terrific voice performances
  • Control scheme makes action tense and satisfying
  • Clever puzzles
  • Movement speed is too slow
  • Unnecessary retreading in second half
Our Score 8

Gear Club Unlimited 2 Review

  • Local multiplayer is fun
  • Adjustable controls and settings
  • Unique to the Switch and uses all its features
  • Waiting on true multiplayer
  • Racetracks look generic
  • Limited compared to the alternatives
  • Feels incomplete
Our Score 5