Here in Reviews, we play games so you don't have to! No, that's stupid. What we will do, however, is provide in-depth looks at and opinions on a variety of new releases, from triple-A titles to the many unique Nindies. Our reviewers will break down the pros and cons; the rest is up to you.

Miitopia is a love letter to people of all ages who always wanted to see their creations come to life and go on silly adventures. 
Children may find something to enjoy with this title, however, fans of the series will want to leave this world unexplored.
It might not be a true evolution from the original, but Nintendo's done well to keep Splatoon feeling fresh and off the hook.
With this title, it’s not a matter of if you should buy it, but where.
'Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles' seems like the perfect casual sandbox on paper, but in reality, it's a mess of dubious choices.
We take a look at the gridded and minimalistic twin-stick shooter Automine by indie developers Broken Arms Games.
This is the definitive way to experience Crash in 2017, flaws and all.
Game: Fragile Soft Machines Developer: MadameBerry Publisher: MadameBerry Platform: PC Butterflies are often used as a symbol for freedom and beauty in literature, and the butterfly is symbolic of the soul in the folklore of several different cultures. It is surely, then, a deliberate subversion that...
Ever Oasis had the potential of a great game but gets buried beneath a series of small but grating missteps.
Some games like Abzu and Flower tread the line between being games and experiences. Solitune does the same with generally positive results.