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Destiny 2: Forsaken is the Destiny I’ve waited four years to play

NHL 19’s online overhaul is a surprising triumph

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

Wasteland 2 is a slight struggle on the Switch, but it’s still worth your time

Old School Musical is a rhythm game that revels in its retro roots

Shadow of the Tomb Raider is a fun, dark and puzzling critique of the franchise

NBA Live 19 saves EA’s troubled series with a fantastic playground

Two Point Hospital is funny, smart and surprisingly deep

A list of retroactive recipients of Polygon Recommends

We’ve played 6 hours of Destiny 2: Forsaken, here’s what we think so far

Marvel’s Spider-Man is best when it lets you loose in New York

Yakuza Kiwami 2 delivers on the potential of a 10-year-old game

New Switch game The Messenger is actually two games in one

Dragon Quest 11 review

Donut County is the hole in my heart I never want filled

Battle for Azeroth continues World of Warcraft’s legacy as an excellent, but safe MMO

F1 2018: Come for the racing, stay for a career

Madden NFL 19 is a game for longtime players, for better or worse

We Happy Few is uncomfortable, uncanny and brilliant

Dead Cells is the Castlevania of Spelunkies

No Man’s Sky Next is an astonishing update, but don’t expect a brand-new game

Semblance will reshape your platform-puzzle expectations

Rocket League: the 3-year review

The Spectrum Retreat brings color to Portal-like puzzles

Octopath Traveler is the magical RPG the Nintendo Switch needed

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker on Switch is a can’t-miss Wii U port

Turn-based soccer is (almost) as much fun as the World Cup

Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus thrives on the Nintendo Switch

The Crew 2 is an uncanny mess and I’m enjoying it anyway

Donkey Kong Adventure is a lot more Mario + Rabbids, for better and worse

Lumines Remastered is a delightful taste of a classic series

Mario Tennis Aces is great, but it’s not the game we expected