Does Nintendo deliver on the potential of a fully-fledged Mario level creator?
For a country town in the middle of the apocalypse, Shropshire can sure feel lively at times.
Does Yoshi's return to home consoles live up to the legacy of its Super NES forbearer?
Murdering Nazis is still great fun, but lacks the substance or longevity of The New Order.
Splatoon is a team-based game that seems to discourage meaningful team-based play whenever it can.
Spirits of Xanadu embodies a sense of tense conviction that very few horror games pull off successfully.