Overall, The Final Station isn’t adding anything too new or revolutionary to the zombie shooter formula gameplay wise, but at this point what really matters is your motivation and the atmosphere the game takes place in that helps a game succeed in this genre. Tiny Build packed The Final Station full of both of those things and the end result is a surprisingly genuinely suspenseful 2D experience that combines train maintenance with zombie slaying.
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age is HD remastering at it’s best. The more defined job system, speed mode, voice acting and soundtrack options, and a phenomenal HD visual upgrade all come together to make the definitive version of Final Fantasy XII.
Unbox: Newbie’s Adventure is a really fun game where the focus is certainly centered on the gameplay itself. Prospect Games proved they can think outside of the box when they can make a game about a box that can roll and jump as engaging and fun as they did.
Hey! Pikmin offers the Pikmin experience with enough changes to make it work on the 3DS and retains enough to keep it Pikmin. Though lacking in soundtrack and challenge, along with persistent “notifications”, it still maintains the charm that comes with the Pikmin series. It’s a fun twist on both Pikmin and 2D platformers.
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone has a specific target audience and I’m just not in it. Recognizing that, this game has merit. For fans of JPop and the Vocaloids, Project DIVA Future Tone is definitely worth buying!