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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

The 50 best games of 2018

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

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

A list of retroactive recipients of Polygon Recommends

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

Proxima Command blends escape rooms with Star Trek bridge antics

Astro C40 TR controller review: Customizability at a cost

Days Gone review: A repetitive apocalypse

The Oculus Quest is virtual reality’s next big leap forward

The latest must-own Nintendo Switch game is SteamWorld Quest

Cobra Kai season 2: Capable, not captivating; competent, not compelling

Mortal Kombat 11 review

World War Z is an OK multiplayer game elevated by hilarious zombie physics

Katana Zero review: a game about death, death, death, and life

Heaven’s Vault review: an archaeology video game actually about archaeology

Satisfactory’s end goal? Replacing myself

God’s Trigger captures the joy of co-op Hotline Miami-style chaos

The Nintendo Labo VR kit brings playful fun to VR on the cheap

Islanders is a bite-sized palate cleanser of a civilization builder

Big sticks get some soft speaking in MLB The Show 19’s career mode

Rainbow Six Siege review: three years and 1,000-plus hours later

The best games of 2019 (so far)