Yakuza: Like A Dragon signifies a significant departure from the traditional Yakuza game format but the new gameplay approach opens up the franchise to a bright new beginning that incorporates defining elements of the Yakuza series in new ways.
This score represents the experience of the PC version which is, even weeks after launch, in a sorry state of buggy mess for many players. Nevertheless, Watch Dogs: Legion does offer some decent fun overall with its sandbox approach to missions and standout feature of playing as virtually anyone in London.
Despite being a game of ambitious proportions with the visual appeal and an intriguing plot, Beyond: Two Souls falls short of fully living up to the expectations with unintuitive gameplay segments, anti-climatic choices and some poorly developed characters that don't fully relate to players.
Despite being a decade-old game, the UI tweaks, visual upgrade and new content makes Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition as memorable as the original one, even if certain aspects of its mechanic haven't aged that well.