We've collected together a bunch of indie games that we can't wait to get our grubby mitts on this year. Hopefully.
We take a closer look at the second half of the year, as well as round-up all those 2019 games without a release date.
Plenty of big comebacks and long-awaited sequels as well as some promising new concepts make for a strong start to the new year.
Our votes have all been cast, the numbers have been crunched, and we're finally ready to reveal our game of the year.
Kratos and God of War were reinvented in a new Norse setting.
The titles we play don't just make themselves, and so we look at the studios that are currently working at the top of their game.
Insomniac give Spidey the game fans have been longing for.
From heartwarming adventures to retro ninjas, 2018 has a lot to show.
It's not just a clever title, this really is the Ultimate game in the Super Smash Bros. series.
Here are the games that took us somewhere new in 2018.
After a lengthy stint in Early Access, RimWorld is out in the wild and surviving just fine.
2018 has seen incredible plays, impressive turnarounds, and one or two fairytale stories.
The games that made us laugh, cry, and even question the world around us.
It might have landed early in the year, but the experience stayed with us for a long time.
Games don't have to look pretty or sound great to be good, but sometimes it helps.
A broken spear, a Greek tragedy, and a whole lot of choices make Odyssey one of 2018's best games.
Here are the games that brought us together and pulled us apart in 2018.
Rare's piratical sandbox adventure started off good and then got better and better.
These content drops and expansions took already great games and made them even better.
We had a fine time exploring the ins and out of Hope County, Montana.
These games got another bite at the cherry in 2018, and showed why they deserved another look.
Given the history of the game and the pedigree of its creators, it's no surprise that it turned out well.
Here are the games that continue to impress in 2018.
Whether you have young relatives or really ancient ones, these games might get them on board for some forced family fun.
Bethesda's latest online RPG has been a talking point, often for all the wrong reasons, but where does it stand a month after release?