Some lobby and connectivity quirks aside, Guilty Gear -Strive- is a remarkable achievement in the fighting game genre.
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Biomutant’s excellent crafting system stands out in an otherwise mundane action RPG that shows signs of potential, but falters in its execution.
Despite the first game’s shortcomings, Mass Effect Legendary Edition is a worthwhile package for both series veterans and newcomers alike. Sci-fi fans who’ve yet to experience commander Shepard’s journey are in for a treat.
Not all of the original's flaws have been dealt with, but what’s there is enough to make the remaster a more compelling Action RPG for both Nier Replicant and Automata fans alike.
The PS5 version of Judgment is a pricey endeavor for those who already own the PS4 version. That said, it has a lot to offer to Yakuza fans who have yet to experience Yagami’s story.
Despite not being revolutionary or without issues, Outriders delivers one of the most complete looter shooters experiences out there today.
It Takes Two seamlessly blends multiple genres to successfully deliver a therapeutic coop experience for couples.
Technical issues aside, Disco Elysium: The Final Cut is the definitive edition of an already fantastic experience. In terms of narrative, it is to Western games what 13 Sentinels is to Japanese games.
Overcooked! All You Can Eat is the best version of an already enjoyable game, but, at full price, its new content and enhancements may not appeal to everyone outside of the hardcore fan base.
The Medium marries old-school horror with modern technology to mixed results but succeeds in delivering a cinematic experience with a compelling narrative.