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Nintendo made fitness fun with a plastic ring and a pulse-pounding RPG

GreedFall feels like a BioWare game that time forgot

In Zombieland: Double Tap, the real monster is 2009-era misogyny

Call of Duty: Mobile is the perfect complement to the console and PC versions

The 50 best games of 2018

I’m a terrifying god with an army of mad crabs

Stela is a beautiful platformer, but not much else

Destiny 2: Shadowkeep review: A look into Destiny’s future

Polygon is updating its reviews program for 2018 — and saying farewell to scores

A list of retroactive recipients of Polygon Recommends

Shantae and the Seven Sirens isn’t a ‘mobile game,’ yet here it is on Apple Arcade

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil delivers Mamma Mia! for Game of Thrones fans

What the Golf? delivers bizarre antics and big laughs

John Wick Hex: The action ‘film’ that plays like a board game

Ghost Recon Breakpoint review: Finding my own fun in an open world

Want to slow down? Play Mutazione

Greed is my worst enemy in this Apple Arcade game

Joker doesn’t have a punchline

Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair revels in the good ol’ days of platforming

Gemini Man is a reason to go to an actual movie theater

Bleak Sword is a deceptively brutal mobile game

Apple Arcade’s fixer-upper game isn’t short on irony

Exit the Gungeon is fantastic, but bring a controller

Card of Darkness is the Apple Arcade game that has devoured my life

We Met in May is a warm, romantic look at the weirdness of dating

The Japanese Sega Genesis Mini: How American players are missing out

Scorsese, De Niro and Pacino are at the top of their games in The Irishman

FIFA 20 review: A revelation in the streets

Mario Kart Tour review: Mario Kart just doesn’t feel right on a phone

Later Alligator review: A relentlessly charming, and hilarious, murder mystery

Takashi Miike’s romance First Love starts with a bloody decapitation

The Executioner is a relentlessly grim tale of torture, where you’re doing the hurting