Battletoads is a reboot of the classic Rare franchise, but fails to recapture the excitement and fun of the originals.
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A frantic co-op shooter in the same vein as Contra, Blazing Chrome is an electrified, 16-bit inspired run-and-gun game that will keep your trigger finger numb and your profanities loud.
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Yakuza Kiwami 2 doesn't hit all the notes of its predecessor, but it's still a gorgeous re-imagining of one of Sega's finest action games.
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While control issues still hamper Onimusha: Warlords Remastered, the game looks and runs better than ever, and the hard-hitting combat keep it fun and exciting throughout.
Broken Sword 5: The Serpent's Curse returns the series to its former glory with excellent storytelling and characters.