Game of the Year 2020: Day One
Game of the Year 2020: Day Five
204 - That’s Good Stuff
Best of Giant Bomb
The HotSpot - Episode 393
Game of the Year 2020: Day Four
Brad Shoemaker's Top 10 Games of 2020
Ben Pack's Games of the Year 2020
Jason Oestreicher's Top 10 Games of 2020
The Community Spotlight 2021.01.16
The Community Spotlight 2021.01.09
The Community Spotlight 2021.01.02
New Logo Mug
Interlocking Dad Hat
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Review
Metal Gear Solid V practically redefines the notion of what open-world gameplay can be.
By Brad Shoemaker • September 12, 2015
Mad Max Review
Avalanche's take on George Miller's post-apocalyptic wasteland is replete with striking visuals, basically enjoyable busywork, and not much else.
By Alex Navarro • September 10, 2015
Madden NFL 16 Review
For the second year in a row, Madden makes smart, interesting changes that genuinely improve the experience.
Super Mario Maker Review
Super Mario Maker lets you make your own Super Mario Bros. levels and if that isn't enough for you then you're probably beyond help anyway.
By Jeff Gerstmann • September 7, 2015
Gears of War: Ultimate Edition Review
The campaign has aged pretty poorly and the graphical updates to the campaign side of Gears of War feel half-baked, so unless you're really excited for the competitive part of Gears of War, there's nothing for you here.
By Jeff Gerstmann • August 25, 2015
Galak-Z: The Dimensional Review
By combining tactical action, complex enemy design, and a whole lot of style, Galak-Z offers an intense game that's more than just empty nostalgia.
By Austin Walker • August 10, 2015
God of War III: Remastered Review
This re-release seems unnecessary at first glance, but the conclusion of Kratos' journey serves up a level of spectacle that remains impressive in 2015.
By Dan Ryckert • July 14, 2015
Her Story Review
Her Story is a bold and largely successful experiment in interactive crime fiction.
By Alex Navarro • June 30, 2015
Batman: Arkham Knight Review
Rocksteady's gorgeous-looking third Arkham game refines its open-world format a bit and lets you drive a whole hell of a lot of Batmobile.
By Brad Shoemaker • June 27, 2015
It's squid kids and ink blasting abound in Nintendo's exceptionally fun new online shooter.
By Alex Navarro • June 1, 2015
Mortal Kombat X Review
Mortal Kombat X moves forward with a snappier version of the previous game's fighting and some cool new characters, but the story and other features around the edges feel a bit rough in spots.
By Jeff Gerstmann • April 13, 2015
Axiom Verge Review
The ways that Axiom Verge resembles Metroid help set up and drive home the ways that Axiom Verge is most definitely not Metroid.
By Jeff Gerstmann • March 30, 2015
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