Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury provides both a slightly improved version of a past game and a new, fresh experience in one package.
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The short length, relative lack of difficulty and couple of mechanical niggles stop it from being great, but if you’re looking for a new 2D action-adventure game, you won’t be disappointed.
There are a couple of shortfalls, and the lack of a confidant system is a big hole to fill, but if you’re a fan of Persona, then Persona 5 Strikers is absolutely the game for you.
Control Ultimate Edition on PS5 is the definitive console edition of the game so far. On top of the already fantastic story and mechanics, the addition of raytracing, and the exclusive DualSense support elevate it even further.
If you’re a fan of SaGa or classic RPGs and don’t mind playing some early Gameboy games, you’ll get a kick out of this collection.
If you’re after a new linear narrative adventure game set in a creepy world to play, you’ll likely enjoy The Medium, but if you’re hoping for a more involved experience, I’d suggest skipping it.
Overall, Puyo Puyo Tetris 2 is a great puzzle game to fill your time with.
Overall, Immortals Fenyx Rising is a fun, yet unexceptional experience.
Overall, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales feels like Marvel’s Spider-Man’s Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.
While there are plenty of rough edges and frustrations here, these are all somewhat balanced out by the cost of Bright Memory on Xbox Series X; AU$11.95.