Here's where you'll find all our previews of upcoming games - sometimes they'll be tiny snippets months prior to release, and sometimes just a few days before the main review drops. Either way, even though you haven't played it yet, rest assured that your opinions are correct and we are definitely wrong.
Streamlined stat blocks, increased player difficulty, and a whole lot of new monsters make D&D's latest book something special.
Alignments and racial ability modifiers are out in D&D's newest rules supplement.
343 Industries has crafted a campaign that lives up to the legacy it has been chasing for years. Halo Infinite rules.
It's too early to revisit Enoch, but Outriders is shaping up to have a bright future.
FromSoftware could be set to deliver its greatest work yet with this enthralling open world adventure.
Don’t worry if you haven’t heard of Lost Ark before, you definitely will in the next few months.
After just a few hours with it, Weird West is already shaping up to be one of the smartest and brightest games of 2022.
Messing with the flow of time is never a good idea, and this little robot gets in way over its head.
I don't think I'm supposed to like Vertigo's lead, but I'm not sure that makes it any better
A decent starting point for a kid that wants to play games and slap cartoon characters
It's a perfectly competent Smurfs game, but is there an audience for that?
Kate Walker's fourth Syberia adventure is exciting when it's dull, and strangely dull when it tries to be exciting
Atlus has crafted a miserable yet magnetic JRPG in Shin Megami Tensei 5, and it could be one of the year's best.
The aim of the game is to park various cars as fast and as accurately as possible.
The first hour of Broken Roads is up there with Disco Elysium, Fallout, and even Baldur's Gate.
Endwalker is shaping up to be a masterful final chapter in the Hydaelyn and Zodiark saga.
Forza Horizon 5 may not reinvent the steering wheel, but it improves upon the series' uber satisfying open-world driving.
Oxenfree's follow up doubles down on the original's best elements