The ability to turn foes into friends, combined with a new method of mixing and matching abilities, puts an interesting new twist on familiar Kirby concepts.
Australian made love story conveys the feelings of infatuation, familiarity and estrangement better than most.
PlayStation's latest PlayLink game is like Mario Party, but with goofy animals and backstabbing.
Fe gives every indication containing an emotional journey and a powerful message, but in the end there isn't much there.
Impressive new machine re-engineers the classic Super Nintendo for an authentic experience that plays nice with modern AV equipment.
An inventive and emotional take on established adventure game staples, every aspect of Owlboy has been crafted with immense care.
A fun game bogged down by a muddle of throwbacks and a cacophony of unoriginal, competing ideas.
Remake of one of PlayStation's most beloved games adds incredible new visuals while keeping the spirit of the original alive.
Growing popularity of the hybrid home-portable console has led to a near-doubling of Nintendo's stock price to nine-year highs.
A retro-styled adventure about dashing around a mountain and dealing with crippling anxiety, Celeste is an incredibly special game.
A charming and engrossing long-form adventure, and one of the best Japanese RPGs in years.
Rushed to release in order to coincide with the real-world Australian Open, AO Tennis could be good one day, but not now.
Nintendo is back to its old tricks.
Back in their natural home on a Nintendo handheld, these tough but fair retro-style platformers are muddy brilliant.
Hand of Fate 2 refines and expands on a brilliant core concept while ironing out some of the kinks felt in the 2015 original game.
The NBN has been caught photoshopping one of their ads to appeal to gamers, but it has instead backfired.
As we leave behind the triumphs and disappointments of 2017, it's clear we have another absolutely packed year ahead of us.
Bringing together the best minigames from the entire series into one game, but neglecting everything else that makes Mario Party fun, this is a disappointing celebration.
With more than 200 characters and settings from dozens of different comics and films, this is one of the most comprehensive LEGO games ever produced.
Brand new properties stunned us with their fresh ideas, sequels were refined (or redefined), and more than one old series was brought back to relevance in 2017.
It's been a huge turnaround, but can the Japanese stalwart keep the momentum going into 2018?
PlayStation's latest effort uses a powerful, versatile device: your phone.
Though very similar to last year's versions, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon offer some substantial tweaks and new monsters. So, is it worth the double-dip?
Call of Duty: WWII doesn't stray very far from the template set by its immediate predecessors.
New shooter set in the galaxy far, far away is the worst offender in a new trend almost all big-budget games are embracing.