The Best Videogames of 2018

  • Publish Date: January 2, 2019
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Red Dead Redemption 2 is the best game of 2018

Red Dead Redemption 2
2018 Red Dead Redemption 2
2017 The Legend of Zelda:
Breath of the Wild

2016 Uncharted 4: A Thief's End
2015 Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
(Xbox One)
2014 Super Smash Bros. for Wii U(Wii U) 92
Metacritic's Game of the Year
(Highest-scoring new title, min. 7 reviews)

We're pretty sure you already know this, but Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption 2 is the past year's best-reviewed game.

That's not a surprise, obviously—and it's still a great accomplishment, given that only two other games have achieved a similar 97 score in the past five years—but what is a pleasant discovery is the sheer number of great games released in 2018.

Two years ago, only six games scored 90 or higher. A year ago, in 2017, 10 different titles scored in the nineties. But in 2018, that total shot up to 17 (which translated into 24 total products, thanks to many multi-platform releases). True, some of those great "newcomers" were merely ports of older titles to the new-ish Switch console. Still, that's an impressive total, made all the more welcome by the fact that it includes several brand new IPs, including Dead Cells and Celeste.

A bit further down the page, you'll find this year's best-reviewed games for each console (plus sections on PC and handheld games). Before that, here's a quick look at how each of the gaming platforms compared during the past year.

Console/PC Comparison - 2018
Console # of Scored
Average Metascore Great Games**
(90 or higher)
Good Exclusives**
(75 or higher)
PS3 PlayStation 4 407 150,234,23 70.0 7 13
Xbox 360 Xbox One 310 127,165,18 70.8 7 0
Switch Nintendo Switch 519 227,264,28 70.8 9 10
PC PC 378 171,198,9 72.3 1 33

* Games with 4 or more reviews in Metacritic's database released between January 1, 2018 and December 31, 2018 (based on North American release dates, except in cases where a game has not been released in North America).
** Titles not available on any other platform; excludes games with fewer than 7 reviews but does include DLC.
All Metascore data for this and all other tables in this report is from December 31, 2018. The pie charts reflect the percentage of all releases for each console with Positive Reviews (receiving a Metascore of 75 or higher indicating), Mixed Reviews (receiving a Metascore of 50-74), and Negative Reviews (receiving a Metascore of 49 or below). Percentages may not add up to 100% due to rounding.

And here are 2018's best-reviewed titles, regardless of platform:

The 90+ Club: The Best-Reviewed Games of 2018 (Any Platform*)
Rank/Platform/Title Publisher Genre Metascore
1 Xbox 360 Red Dead Redemption 2 Rockstar Games   97
2 PS3 Red Dead Redemption 2 Rockstar Games   97
3 PS3 God of War Sony   94
4 Switch Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Nintendo   94
5 Xbox 360 Forza Horizon 4 Microsoft   93
6 PS3 Divinity: Original Sin II - Definitive Edition Larian Studios   92
7 Switch Bayonetta 2 Nintendo   92
8 Xbox 360 Dead Cells Motion Twin   92
9 PS3 Shadow of the Colossus Sony   92
10 Xbox 360 NieR: Automata - Become as Gods Edition Square Enix   92
11 Xbox 360 Monster Hunter: World Capcom   92
12 Switch Hollow Knight Team Cherry   91
13 PC Into the Breach Subset Games   91
14 Switch Dead Cells Motion Twin/Merge Games   91
15 Xbox 360 Celeste Matt Makes Games   91
16 Switch Undertale tobyfox/Fangamer   91
17 Xbox 360 Divinity: Original Sin II - Definitive Edition Larian Studios   90
18 Switch Celeste Matt Makes Games   90
19 Switch INSIDE PLAYDEAD   90
20 Switch Sonic Mania Plus Sega   90
21 PS3 Celeste Matt Makes Games   90
22 PS3 Monster Hunter: World Capcom   90
23 PS3 Astro Bot: Rescue Mission JapanStudio/Sony   90
24 Switch Bayonetta + Bayonetta 2 Nintendo   90

*Excluding iOS games. Games are ranked by Metascore prior to rounding. Only games with 7 or more reviews are included in this and every other list that follows.

Now, let's take a look at the best games of 2018 by platform ...


It was a mix of good news and bad news for Sony's console in 2018. The good: Seven different PS4 releases scored 90 or higher in 2018, which is the highest total in years. (There were just two such games in 2017.) And PlayStation continued to dominate Microsoft's rival console in terms of exclusives. The PS4 had 13 positively reviewed exclusives released in 2018, including God of War, Tetris Effect, and Marvel's Spider-Man. The XB1? It had no good exclusives in the past year.

That said, XB1 releases had a slightly higher average Metascore than PS4 releases: 70.8 for XB1 compared to 70.0 for PS4. The percentage of PS4 games that received positive reviews from critics also fell compared to the prior year—down to 36.8% (from 37.7% in 2017), which was the lowest approval rate for any platform in 2018.

Best PlayStation 4 games of 2018

PS4 Game of the Year
Red Dead Redemption 2

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Entering 2018, one title stood atop numerous lists of the year's most-anticipated games. The hype, it turns out, was justified. Rockstar Games' first new game in five years is a sequel to their 2010 open-world western Red Dead Redemption—one of the best games released for the previous generation of Xbox and PlayStation. And RDR2 isn't just the highest-scoring game of 2018; it's now the best-reviewed game in history for both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 (surpassing fellow Rockstar release Grand Theft Auto V for each console).

PS4 Exclusive of the Year
God of War

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The first new game in Sony's 13-year-old God of War franchise designed for the PS4 (its exclusive home), this new game both serves as a series reboot (hence the stripped-down title) as well as a sequel to 2010's God of War III. While protagonist Kratos returns (as a father!), the new game is set in the world of Norse legends rather than Greek mythology. Critics found the story and execution superb, and called it a series high-point even though it made so many changes to the franchise.

Highest-scoring PS4 games of 2018
Game Publisher Buy It Metascore
1Red Dead Redemption 2Rockstar GamesAmazon97
2God of War Sony Amazon94
3Divinity: Original Sin II - Definitive Edition Larian Studios Games Amazon92
4Shadow of the Colossus Sony Amazon91
5Celeste Matt Makes Games 91
6Monster Hunter: WorldCapcomAmazon90
7Astro Bot: Rescue Mission JapanStudio/Sony Amazon90
8Tetris Effect Sony/Enhance Games Amazon89
10Injustice 2: Legendary EditionWarner Bros. Interactive Amazon88
11Monster Boy and the Cursed KingdomFDG EntertainmentAmazon88
  Dead Cells Motion Twin/Merge Amazon88
13Street Fighter V: Arcade EditionCapcomAmazon87
14Dragon Ball FighterZ Bandai Namco Gmes Amazon87
15Marvel's Spider-ManSony Amazon87
16Sonic Mania PlusSegaAmazon87
17Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive AgeSquare EnixAmazon86
18DJMax RespectNeowiz Entertainment85
19Yakuza Kiwami 2SegaAmazon85
20MossSony Amazon85
21F1 2018Codemasters/Deep SilverAmazon85
22428: Shibuya ScrambleSpike ChunsoftAmazon85
23Dark Souls RemasteredBandai Namco Amazon84
24Ni no Kuni II: Revenant KingdomLevel 5/Bandai Namco Amazon84
25Valkyria Chronicles 4SegaAmazon84
26Beat SaberHyperbolic Magnetism84
27SoulCalibur VINamco/Bandai Namco GamesAmazon84
28Assassin's Creed Origins: The Curse of the PharaohsUbisoft83
29Disgaea 1 CompleteNIS AmericaAmazon83
30Call of Duty: Black Ops 4ActivisionAmazon83
31Guacamelee! 2DrinkBox Studios83
32TransposeSecret Location83
33Prey: MooncrashBethesda Softworks83
34FIFA 19Electronic ArtsAmazon83
35Yoku's Island ExpressVilla GorillaAmazon83
36Yakuza 6: The Song of LifeSegaAmazon83
37Battle Chef BrigadeAdult Swim83
38Street Fighter: 30th Anniversary CollectionCapcomAmazon83
39IconoclastsBifrost Entertainment83
40Assassin's Creed OdysseyUbisoftAmazon82
41Laser League505 Games82
42Destiny 2: ForsakenActivision82
43Hitman 2 Warner Bros. Interactive Amazon82
44Spyro Reignited TrilogyActivisionAmazon82
45Sprint VectorSurvios82
46MLB The Show 18Sony 82
47Mega Man 11CapcomAmazon82
48NBA 2K19 2K GamesAmazon82
49Burnout Paradise RemasteredElectronic ArtsAmazon82
50Slime-san: Superslime EditionHeadup Games81

Xbox One

Microsoft failed to offer a compelling case to pick up an Xbox One rather than another console in 2018. The best "console exclusive" titles released for XB1 last year could also be played on your PC, and there wasn't a single game exclusive to Xbox One alone that received positive reviews from critics. But if you already own an XB1? Well, there were plenty of great games added in 2018, with an impressive (though equal to PS4) seven new titles scoring 90 or higher, including the year's best overall game.

Best Xbox One games of 2018

XB1 Game of the Year
Red Dead Redemption 2

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Entering 2018, one title stood atop numerous lists of the year's most-anticipated games. The hype, it turns out, was justified. Rockstar Games' first new game in five years is a sequel to their 2010 open-world western Red Dead Redemption—one of the best games released for the previous generation of Xbox and PlayStation. And RDR2 isn't just the highest-scoring game of 2018; it's now the best-reviewed game in history for both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 (surpassing fellow Rockstar release Grand Theft Auto V for each console).

XB1 Exclusive of the Year
Forza Horizon 4

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The latest acclaimed entry in Microsoft's open-world racing series is set in Britain and features dynamic seasons and weather, a shared open world populated with your fellow players (allowing you to team up in groups with your friends), and over 450 licensed vehicles, including off-road cars and motorcycles. Note that this is only a console exclusive (also available on PC); there were no positvely reviewed true Xbox One exclusives released in 2018.

Highest-scoring XB1 games of 2018
Game Publisher Buy It Metascore
1Red Dead Redemption 2Rockstar GamesAmazon97
2Celeste Matt Makes Games 94
3Forza Horizon 4 Microsoft Amazon92
4Divinity: Original Sin II - Definitive Edition Larian Studios Games 92
5Dead CellsMotion Twin91
6NieR: Automata - Become as Gods EditionSquare Enix90
7Monster Hunter: WorldCapcomAmazon90
8The Banner Saga 3Versus Evil88
9Hellblade: Senua's SacrificeNinja TheoryAmazon88
10Assassin's Creed OdysseyUbisoftAmazon87
11Dragon Ball FighterZ Bandai Namco Amazon86
12Destiny 2: ForsakenActivision86
13Dark Souls RemasteredBandai Namco Amazon86
14Call of Duty: Black Ops 4ActivisionAmazon85
15PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Microsoft/Bluehole Amazon85
16F1 2018Codemasters/Deep SilverAmazon84
17SoulCalibur VI Bandai Namco Amazon84
18Mutant Year Zero: Road to EdenFuncom84
19Moonlighter11 bit studios/Digital Sun84
20Hitman 2 Warner Bros. Interactive Amazon84
21Forgotton AnneSquare Enix83
22NBA 2K192K GamesAmazon83
23Overcooked! 2Team 17Amazon83
24Spyro Reignited TrilogyActivisionAmazon83
25FIFA 19Electronic ArtsAmazon83
27Yoku's Island ExpressVilla GorillaAmazon83
28Warhammer: Vermintide 2Fatshark AB83
29The Missing: JJ Macfield and the Island of MemoriesArc System Works83
30Shadow of the Tomb RaiderSquare EnixAmazon82
31NHL 19Electronic ArtsAmazon82
32Prey: MooncrashBethesda Softworks82
33Far Cry 5UbisoftAmazon82
34Pro Evolution Soccer 2019KonamiAmazon82
35Monster Boy and the Cursed KingdomFDG Entertainment82
36Super Mega Baseball 2Metalhead Software81
37World of Final Fantasy MaximaSquare EnixAmazon81
38Unravel TwoElectronic Arts81
39AshenAnnapurna Interactive81
  Madden NFL 19Electronic ArtsAmazon81
41Laser League505 Games81
42Ys OriginDotEmu81
  Aragami: Shadow EditionLince Works81
44Lumines RemasteredEnhance Games81
45Life is Strange 2: Episode 1 - RoadsSquare Enix80
46The Council - Episode 1: The Mad OnesFocus Home Interactive80
47Street Fighter: 30th Anniversary CollectionCapcomAmazon80
48The Adventure PalsArmor Games80
49The Golf Club 2019 featuring PGA Tour 2K Games/HB Studios Amazon80
50A Way OutElectronic ArtsAmazon79

Nintendo Switch

Year two for Nintendo's newest console didn't bring any additional games scoring above 95(there were two in 2017), but it brought something arguably even better: lots of games—and lots of good games.

True, the high volume of new releases was mostly due to the huge number of ports of titles previously released on other devices. Still, there were over 100 more games (with enough reviews to calculate a Metascore) released for the Switch in 2018 than for any other platform. And, even with that higher volume, the Switch had the highest percentage of positively reviewed releases—not just the largest total of good games. Nearly 44% of Switch releases had green Metascores (reflecting approval from professional critics), compared to about 41% for Xbox One and less than 37% for PS4.

If you had been holding off on picking up a Switch over worries that there would be a lack of compelling content (aka, "Wii U Syndrome")—well, it looks like there is no need to worry any longer.

Best Switch games of 2018

Switch Game of the Year

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The highest-scoring game released for the Switch in 2018 is a port of an acclaimed, Kickstarter-funded 2015 indie. The pixel art-styled RPG is set below the planet's surface and earned praise (then and now) for its strong, often humorous writing, endless charm, and surprising complexity.

Switch Exclusive of the Year
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

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Built from the ground up for the new console, the first installment in the franchise-blending fighting series for the Switch is a big one: it features every single playable character included in the five previous games (and DLC). Combined with franchise newcomers like Metroid's Ridley, Princess Daisy from the Mario series, and the Inklings from Splatoon, you have over 70 fighters in total to play with across 103 different stages. Smash Bros. has never been better.

Highest-scoring Switch games of 2018
Game Publisher Buy It Metascore
2Super Smash Bros. UltimateNintendoAmazon92
3CelesteMatt Makes Games92
4Bayonetta 2Nintendo92
6Sonic Mania PlusSegaAmazon91
7Hollow KnightTeam Cherry90
8Dead CellsMotion Twin/Merge Amazon90
9Bayonetta + Bayonetta 2NintendoAmazon90
10Into the BreachSubset Games89
11Okami HDCapcom89
12Hyper Light DrifterAbylight88
13Diablo III: Eternal CollectionBlizzard EntertainmentAmazon88
15Dragon Ball FighterZBandai Namco Amazon88
16Guacamelee! 2DrinkBox Studios87
17Katamari Damacy REROLLBandai Namco 87
18OwlboyD-Pad Studio/Soedesco87
19Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship EditionDrinkBox Studios87
20Velocity 2XFuturLab87
21Keep Talking and Nobody ExplodesSteel Crate Games87
23Crypt of the NecroDancer: Nintendo Switch EditionSpike Chunsoft86
24The MessengerDevolver Digital86
25Donkey Kong Country: Tropical FreezeNintendoAmazon86
26Sid Meier's Civilization VI2K GamesAmazon86
27Shantae and the Pirate's CurseWayForward86
28TransistorSupergiant Games86
29Mini MetroRadial Games86
30Night in the WoodsFinji85
31Monster Boy and the Cursed KingdomSega/FDG 85
32West of LoathingAsymmetric Publications85
33Darkest DungeonRed Hook Studios85
34Shantae: Half-Genie Hero - Ultimate EditionXSEED GamesAmazon84
35The Banner Saga 3Versus Evil84
36Valkyria ChroniclesSega84
37Toki Tori 2 +Two Tribes84
39Child of LightUbisoft84
40Mega Man X Legacy CollectionCapcom84
41Danmaku Unlimited 3Doragon Entertainment84
42GRISDevolver Digital84
43Super Meat BoyTeam Meat84
44Just Shapes & BeatsBerzerker Games83
45Lumines RemasteredEnhance Games83
46FortniteEpic GamesAmazon83
47Dark Souls RemasteredNamco Bandai Games83
48Mega Man Legacy Collection Capcom83
50Moonlighter 11 bit/Merge/Digital Sun Amazon83

PC games

It turns out that 2018 wasn't a great year for PC gaming. Only one release scored 90 or higher in 2018—and it barely even reached that score—after there were three such games in 2017 and five apiece in 2016 and 2015. The total number of positively reviewed PC games also fell considerably in 2018. There were 171 PC games with a green Metascore in 2018, compared to 205 the prior year. Still, that is a higher number of good games than were available for either the PS4 or Xbox One (though not the Switch, which had more).

Best PC games of 2018

PC Game of the Year
Into the Breach

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The year's highest-scoring PC release is the second game from the team behind the indie hit Faster Than Light. The turn-based strategy game Into the Breach features procedurally generated levels consisting of 8-by-8 grids. Your goal is to prevent what's left of humanity from being wiped out by rather dumb, insect-like aliens who tend to telegraph their moves in advance. To do so, you employ a squad of humongous mechs from the future. Critics appreciated the puzzle-like problem solving needed to win each level, as well as the game's replayability.

PC Exclusive of the Year

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Released just a few weeks ago, this retro-styled shooter comes from indie studio New Blood Interactive. If you find yourself missing 1990s-era FPS gameplay, you'd be doing yourself a disservice by not downloading a copy of DUSK, which critics are calling an equal of that decade's classic releases.

Highest-scoring PC games of 2018
Game Publisher Buy It Metascore
1Into the BreachSubset Games90
2DUSKNew Blood Interactive89
3Dead CellsMotion Twin89
4Return of the Obra Dinn390989
5Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire Obsidian/Versus Evil Amazon88
6Monster Hunter: WorldCapcom88
7Celeste Matt Makes Games 88
8Subnautica Unknown Worlds 87
9Forza Horizon 4 Microsoft 87
10UnavowedWadjet Eye Games87
11IconoclastsBifrost Entertainment87
12Yakuza 0Sega86
13Football Manager 2019Sega86
14Assassin's Creed Odyssey Ubisoft86
15CrossCodeDeck 1385
16Final Fantasy XV: Windows EditionSquare Enix85
  Guacamelee! 2DrinkBox Studios85
18Dragon Ball FighterZ Bandai Namco 85
19Batman: The Enemy Within - Episode 5: Same StitchTelltale Games85
20Full Metal FuriesCellar Door Games85
21Thronebreaker: The Witcher TalesCD Projekt Red Studio85
22Sprint VectorSurvios84
23Destiny 2: ForsakenActivision84
24Total War: WARHAMMER II - Rise of the Tomb KingsSega84
25Frostpunk 11 bit studios/Merge Amazon84
26Yoku's Island Express Villa Gorilla84
  Dark Souls Remastered Bandai Namco 84
28Two Point HospitalSega83
29GRISDevolver Digital83
30Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac AgeSquare Enix83
31Valkyria Chronicles 4Sega83
32The Elder Scrolls Online: SummersetBethesda SoftworksAmazon83
33The Forest SKS/Endnight Studios 83
34Total War: WARHAMMER II - Curse of the Vampire CoastSega83
35AshenAnnapurna Interactive83
36Call of Duty: Black Ops 4ActivisionAmazon83
37The MessengerSabotage Studio83
38F1 2018Codemasters/Deep Silver83
39Hitman 2 Warner Bros. Interactive 82
40The Banner Saga 3Versus Evil82
41Warhammer: Vermintide 2 Fatshark AB/Fatshark82
42The Sims 4: SeasonsElectronic ArtsAmazon81
43WreckfestTHQ Nordic81
44The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VRBethesda Softworks81
45Katamari Damacy REROLLBandai Namco Games81
46CHUCHELAmanita Design81
47Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Level 5/Bandai Namco 81
48Battlefield VElectronic ArtsAmazon81
49The Red Strings ClubDevolver Digital81
50SoulCalibur VIBandai Namco Games80

Handhelds: Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita

Sony abandoned the Vita handheld several years ago, but 2018 appears to be the year that Nintendo gave up on its competing device, the 3DS. Unlike Sony, Nintendo hasn't officially stopped publishing new titles for its handheld unit—there should still be a few new 3DS games coming in 2019—but with the Switch able to support both handheld and conventional console gameplay, the number of games released for the 3DS dropped considerably in the past year.

Here are all of the positively reviewed 2018 releases for each handheld platform:

Every Good 3DS Game Released in 2018
Game Publisher Buy It Metascore
1Radiant Historia: Perfect ChronologyAtlusAmazon85
2Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey ReduxAtlusAmazon80
3Captain Toad: Treasure TrackerNintendoAmazon79
4WarioWare GoldNintendoAmazon78
Every Good PS Vita Game Released in 2018
Game Publisher Buy It Metascore
1Hakuoki: Edo BlossomsIdea FactoryAmazon75

Bonus: The worst games of 2018

No year-end recap would be complete without a quick look the year's worst-reviewed releases:

What do you think?

What were your favorite games of 2018? Let us know in the discussion section below.

Comments (7)

  • Ganapat56  

    i was waiting for call of duty mobile, read a lot about call of duty mobile here

  • munir  

    Microsoft had 0 "good exclusives" in 2018? Well, let me tell you: 2019 will be the same, and so 2020. Until Metacritic understands that there probably won't be a single Xbox exclusive not available on PCs anymore.

  • Kaprawiec  

    Also, metascore from critics should start from the first critic score. If there is 1 review then it should be seen as metascore. Because I often look for new games at release and there are literally hundreds of titles with 3 scores "awaiting more reviews". I want to see are they promising because if they got 3 reviews of 80+ they might be what im looking for just without enough marketing.

  • preciado_101  

    Really good summary of 2018's games..... I'd just don't think it can be sorted as a ranking list, just because you have different amount of critics reviewing different games. A 94 from 8 critics is not the same as a 93 from 92 critis (Undertale vs SSBU)

    I still prefer the user scores even though there's so much hate in there

  • GabrielSM  

    "It turns out that 2018 wasn't a great year for PC gaming."

    Why worst version almost always score higher? Celeste on Xbox: 94. Celeste on PC: 88. And it goes on and on.

    By the way, restricting to 7 or more reviews' ridiculous. Why wouldn't wait to reach 7 reviews to calculate a metascore then? If you like seven so much, sure. Super specific number, don't you think? As if it already wasn't hard enough to reach 4 professional critics reviews. (Random selected, supposedly.) Many games I purchased in 2018 didn't make the cut to reach a metascore, (4 reviews required.) and they're as good as any others I played past year. Also: I bet most games registered on metacritic don't even reach a metascore in its lifetime period. Proof:

    Now imagine, almost doubling on the already high requirement. From 4 to 7. Talk about limiting.

    From the top of my head, I can think of two more that would fit perfectly here, on "THE BEST VIDEOGAMES OF 2018." "DIVINITY: ORIGINAL SIN II - DEFINITIVE EDITION" PC version. And "RIMWORLD" PC exclusive. Both 1 review above the ideal requirement to reach a metascore. (4.) "Universal acclaim
    based on 5 Critics." D:OS2DE: metascore of 95, highest of all versions, so far series peak. RIMWORLD: metascore of 93, would guarantee number one spot as a PC exclusive. But because it hasn't 2 more reviews, it isn't included!

    GG, guys, GG.

  • ScandyAndy  

    You guys need to change your tone on the Xbox exclusive thing. MS has a strategy to never make a first party game that doesn't come out on both Xbox and PC at the same time. That's not a bad thing. They see it as one large ecosystem

  • yaojiyue  

    D:OS2 DE, Forza Horizon 4, Into the breach, Dead Cells, RDR2, POE2 are my top 6

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