Oniken is a faithful reproduction of something that wasn't very good to begin with.
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If you can gather a team of four players and don't mind consulting a FAQ every now and then, this might be a good investment.
An easy recommendation for platforming and action-adventure fans.
An essential piece of the Resident Evil canon.
You owe it to yourself to play this hidden jewel of the sixth gen.
A satisfactory addition to your next game night.
The setting and characters deserve a sequel—indeed one is teased in a post-credits scene—with a greater focus on what 13AM does best: platforming.
Most of the time, unfortunately, it's satisfied with being safe, familiar, and unambitious.
Part far-future sci-fi, part Metroidvania, and part Shadow of the Colossus, The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human is a worthy action-adventure title.
It's among the best games of the last five years.
A terrific, substantial, imaginative package.
The Eternal Collection is an excellent port of an ever better game.
A worthy compendium for one of Japan's greatest arcade developers.
This War of Mine is an important game, but not necessarily a good one.
It still looks lovely and sounds spectacular, and traffics in some inventive physics-based puzzle-platforming.
One-hit kills, extra life limits, infrequent checkpoints, and overlong, excessively-difficult dungeons make this tribute to the Game Boy more frustrating than fun.
With a friendly approach to gaming, a warm sense of humor, and lots of content, the HP Collection is a good investment for younger and/or less accomplished gamers.
If Japanese indie developer Edelweiss wasn't already on your radar, consider this your wake-up call.
Moonlighter's combat, art, quality-of-life fixtures, and addictive gameplay loop make for an easy recommendation.
The Long Night Collection makes a suitably spooky debut.