This port of the clever and under-appreciated Wii U J-Horror game might feel a little old, but is a terrific example of a familiar genre given a unique spin.
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Metroid finally returns with a new sequel, and it's exactly what we expect from the series. It's a fine return to form for Samus with a huge world to explore but definitely doesn't reinvent the wheel
Collecting three superb Castlevania entries from the Game Boy Advance era and one more obscure SNES offering, this is a must-have for any fan of the genre that Castlevania carved out.
Cruis'n Blast is an absurd, bombastic, and fun trip through the Wayback Machine to the days of quarter-munching arcade racers.
Clid the Snail is a twin-stick shooter set in a fascinating, well-realized world that trips over its own flaws and uneven pacing.
A multiplayer action fest that takes a vastly different approach than Alien: Isolation.
Axiom Verge 2 marks a fine return to form for the indie darling, providing fans with a compelling adventure worthy of its Metroid-influences roots.
Another quirky gem from Devolver Digital, this tale of a crow in Death's employ is a fascinating and entertaining journey.
Offering up four-player online action in a familiar setting, D&D Dark Alliance looks good but is chock full of problems.
Guilty Gear Strive continues the long-running series' love of amazingly bizarre character designs, fantastic fighting action, and gorgeous visuals with superb results.
A remastered edition of the 2006 sequel, Virtua Fighter 5 Ultimate Showdown is still a quintessential example of true 3D fighting.
The bugs are back, but this time you have friends. Lots of friends. This graphic overhaul of the classic shooter series aims at more casual players but still delivers plenty of action.
Asha in Monster Land revamps a Sega classic with gorgeous new graphics and plenty of old-school design, for better or worse.
Metro Exodus is back in a high-octane enhanced edition to push your new gaming hardware to the limit.
The follow-up to Subnautica offers more of the same intriguing mix of gorgeous underwater exploration, survival and crafting, and fascinating alien intrigue.
Pac-Man 99 follows deftly in the footsteps of Nintendo's Tetris 99 to provide a near-perfect multiplayer Pac experience.
Cozy Grove presents island life sans crass Capitalistic Raccoon Overlords, and is a lovely experience through and through.
A decidedly niche retro fix for fans of the beloved if underappreciated Neo Geo Pocket Color.
This gorgeous retro platform adventure deftly mixes traditional linear and roguelike elements into one entertaining package.
The spirit of Sega's legendary Crazy Taxi returns in Taxi Chaos, a game that manages to capture the shallow fun of the coin-op classic.