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Did Patch 8.2 solve World of Warcraft’s expansion woes?

SolSeraph review: Get your act together

Outer Wilds is a brilliant sci-fi game that trades guns for a compass

Why you should now play the 2018 Steam hit Chinese Parents

The 50 best games of 2018

Final Fantasy 14: Shadowbringers is one of the best MMOs available for both fans and newcomers

Dungeons & Dragons’ newest starter kit lets you build out a party with a single player

Sea of Solitude review

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

A list of retroactive recipients of Polygon Recommends

Super Mario Maker 2 review: much more than a game design toolkit

Valve Index review: $999 buys you the best VR experience yet — when it works

Spider-Man: Far From Home is a breezy, thrilling vacation from the MCU

F1 2019’s new series teaches you why it’s fun — even if you don’t know the sport

The Sinking City review: the horrors of touchy controls and Lovecraft’s racism

The Sims 4’s Island Living expansion is an oasis of escapism

Judgment review: Same city, different eyes

My Friend Pedro gives you the tools necessary to become an action hero

Cadence of Hyrule is the best Zelda spinoff ever made

Men in Black: International isn’t the post-Thor: Ragnarok team-up you hoped for

The Dead Don’t Die pits Adam Driver and Bill Murray against the zombie apocalypse

The Last Black Man in San Francisco is the year’s best love story

Dark Phoenix was never going to work in this X-Men franchise

Deathgarden: Bloodharvest nails the horror of asymmetrical multiplayer

Total War: Three Kingdoms is a strategy masterpiece

Void Bastards review: a shock to the system

Observation review: a horror story through the eyes of AI

Rift S review: PC-driven VR gets much simpler

Shakedown: Hawaii feels like an unofficial sequel to the silly, original GTA games

Rage 2 review: Easy to hate, easy to love

For parents, TABS is an outstanding game

Sea of Thieves 2019 review: A sea change