With excellent characterisation and a fun, reality-warping conceit, WandaVision is a great MCU entry, and a strong start for Marvel's first foray into streaming TV.
The new webhead in town, Spider-Man: Miles Morales is short but spectacular, and an impressive display of all the amazing things the PS5 can do.
Built around its impressive "play as anyone" feature, Watch Dogs: Legion is a great leap forward for the series, despite stalling on its narrative delivery.
A captivating combo of racial history and cosmic horror, Lovecraft Country struggles to deliver lore effectively, but succeeds as an intense family drama.
Making strides for Trans representation in gaming, Tell Me Why is another great blend of social and supernatural from the makers of Life is Strange.
With exceptional combat, a compelling story and a gorgeously vivid art style, Ghost of Tsushima is pretty much the ultimate samurai fantasy.
Proving that lightning can indeed strike twice, The Last of Us Part II is a thrilling, breathtaking sequel, and one of the crowning jewels of the generation.
As one decade draws to a close and another begins, we take a look back at all the best films, TV series’ and video games that the 2010s blessed us with.