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Halloween Kills has a serious ‘kills’ problem

Needle in a Timestack obsesses too much over the feelings of creepy men

Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons is a Player’s Handbook made just for Dungeon Masters

Welcome to the Blumhouse’s latest movies make a strong pitch for new voices in horror

Jackbox Party Pack 8 is a solid take on the fantastic formula

Gloomhaven’s digital adaptation is a marvelous turn-based dungeon crawler

Warhammer 40K goes gunning for X-Wing, and its aim is true

The Chucky TV series is a red-blooded return to the films’ violent weirdness

Back 4 Blood is more than just Left 4 Dead

No Time To Die reinvents James Bond in the weariest way

Sable isn’t an action-packed adventure, it’s even better

There’s Someone Inside Your House has one great horror idea and a lot of familiar ones

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Marvel’s brand new Spider-Man comic promised a fresh start but delivered a clone

The Nintendo Switch OLED Model is both a big upgrade and a half-measure

Metroid Dread reaches new heights by offering no mercy

Far Cry 6 is a waste of potential

Jett: The Far Shore puts the majesty back in space travel

Alan Wake: Remastered revives the frustrating masterpiece

The animated Addams Family movies miss what’s funny about the creepy, kooky family

The Many Saints of Newark is a generous gift to Sopranos fans — and no one else

Netflix’s The Guilty is a psychological showcase for Jake Gyllenhaal

Flames of Freedom tabletop RPG mixes Hamilton with Stranger Things

Outer Wilds’ DLC is secretly a sequel that’s as big and great as the original

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

Mayday feels like a woman’s answer to Zack Snyder’s Sucker Punch

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In Wario World, the pursuit of treasure is worth more than treasure itself

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Virtual Boy Wario Land is a painful, nostalgic experience

Hot Wheels Unleashed brings toys to life in a delightful arcade racer

Diablo 2: Resurrected is a gorgeous, flawed fossil

Tom Hardy chews up Venom: Let There Be Carnage with chaotic glee

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Inferno stands to become yet another era-defining X-Men book

Netflix’s haunted-house movie No One Gets Out Alive blows its one big shiny idea