“FIFA 21” (Electronic Arts), the latest installment in a long-running soccer video game franchise dating back to 1993, offers only slight upgrades to last year’s edition.
Greek mythology provides the cultural milieu for “Immortals Fenyx Rising” (Ubisoft).
Gotham has a new guardian in “Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales” (Sony Interactive).
“Cyberpunk 2077” (CD Projekt), a fast-paced action-adventure title that warns of a dystopian future where glamor, greed and rogue science reign, is being hyped as one of the best games of 2020.
With Christmas approaching, here, in alphabetical order, are capsule reviews of some video games that would make suitable gifts for young recipients.
Anglo-Saxon England in the ninth century provides the backdrop for “Assassin’s Creed Valhalla” (Ubisoft).
Inspired by the eponymous novels and film franchise, “Jurassic World Evolution” (Frontier) challenges players to create successful dinosaur theme parks complete with attractions and research facilities.
A group of hackers works to free London from the grip of dystopian government surveillance in “Watch Dogs: Legion” (Ubisoft).