Capcom's latest take on its seemingly forever-popular Street Fighter 2 is an enjoyable version of the game on Nintendo Switch that allows fans to take the fight with them.
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The second installment of DC Comics' super-powered fighting game packs a serious punch, delivering an expertly crafted experience for gamers and comic fans alike.
Despite never reaching North America in its original debut 25 years ago, Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia makes for a fun, albeit simpler, adventure on Nintendo 3DS.
The blockbuster Mario Kart series makes its debut on the Nintendo Switch with an upgraded port, albeit one filled with a bunch of new and noteworthy content for fans.
Mario Sports Superstars provides players with five different sports to play through, offering consumers great value, but ultimately this jack of many trades is a master of none.
This cutesy game creates some wonderful multiplayer scenarios through a number of unique puzzles and tasks, but could Snipperclips really be the Nintendo Switch's sleeper hit?
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild exceeds lofty expectations on the Nintendo Switch, cementing it as one of the best installments in the beloved series to-date.
As one of the first-party launch games for the Nintendo Switch, 1-2-Switch has its high points but ultimately falls short of being anything but a mildly entertaining party game.
Nintendo's port of Yoshi's Woolly World for the Nintendo 3DS delivers a cutesy platformer made portable, successfully bringing the dinosaur's adorable pet pooch into the fold.
Square Enix and Nintendo team up to release Dragon Quest 8: Journey of the Cursed King outside of Japan, providing gamers with a wonderful JRPG to take with them on the go.
Dead Rising 4 marks the return of the fan-favorite protagonist Frank West and the setting in which he debuted, but there are shortcomings scattered about the chaotic landscape.
Nintendo's port of Super Mario Maker is a great distraction for those that missed out on the Wii U installment, but it is lacking when compared to the console iteration.
Hoping to change things up, Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon offer one of the most radical departures from the series' longstanding formula. Fortunately, the gamble has paid off.
Mario Party: Star Rush does a lot to recreate the feeling of couch-based multiplayer and pioneers with a handful of new modes, but succumbs to its portable limitations in time.
Battlefield 1 is a nice changeup to the current state of shooters, providing massive warfare with an old-timey twist that any FPS connoisseur is sure to enjoy.
Paper Mario: Color Splash is the best looking installment in the series, offering the most immersive world to-date. Still, its battle system suffers in a misguided bid to innovate.
The arrival of Yo-Kai Watch 2: Bony Spirits provides fans with a familiar experience that changes very, very little when compared to the first iteration of the series.
Gears of War makes its grandiose return on Xbox One and PC, those sorely missing the series can rest easy knowing that the franchise is back and better than ever.
Dragon Quest 7: Fragments of the Forgotten Past is an engaging remake of a well-liked classic that brings some much needed paint and portability to the overly long game.
The latest hockey video game from EA Sports finally gets the series back on track, with NHL 17 giving fans almost every thing they could ask for from the series.