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Golem review: a VR game too painful to finish

Google Stadia review: cloud gaming brought down to earth

Netflix’s thriller Earthquake Bird is too little, too late

The Sims 4 University is better than actual college

The 50 best games of 2018

The new Charlie’s Angels shows what 2019 wants from a 1970s concept

Ford v Ferrari is an exhilarating, joyful high-speed ride

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order review: the Star Wars game no one was expecting

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

A list of retroactive recipients of Polygon Recommends

Frozen 2 breaks from Disney traditions, but still feels safe

Pokémon Sword and Shield open up the world enough to spark wonder

The best part of the Disney Plus movie Noelle verges into Black Mirror territory

The live-action Lady and the Tramp feels like a theme-park version of real life 

The Mandalorian makes a promise it should keep

Superliminal is an intriguing but infuriating puzzler that falls far short

Netflix’s Let It Snow turns Spider-Verse star Shameik Moore into a secret weapon

Last Christmas mounts a charm offensive that’s hard to resist

Twitter’s romance detectives predicted Last Christmas’ big mystery months ago

Planet Zoo shows the attractions are more important than the guests

Need for Speed Heat review: Sufficient, but not necessary

Pistol Whip review: Learn the art of the gun while toning your butt

Doctor Sleep is a tuneless cover version of The Shining

Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 review: Much to do, little to enjoy

Disco Elysium review: Become a hot mess in a ridiculous adventure

The King proves that Robert Pattinson has done what Timothée Chalamet has yet to

Apple’s The Morning Show is stuck between ‘both sides’

Death Stranding review: Hideo Kojima tries to make fetch happen

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has slowly gone from disappointing to actively bad

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is a thrill ride that turns you into a monster

Luigi’s Mansion finally finds its groove on Nintendo Switch

Afterparty misses its comedy mark, but delivers real drama