Muhammad Ali Bari
The icing on the cake is the game’s splendid audiovisual design. Taking advantage of the Vita’s more capable hardware, Ultra Despair Girls brings Towa City and its inhabitants to life with more detailed environments and character models, all while retaining Spike Chunsoft’s trademark art style. The game also brings back remixed versions of the classic audio tracks from previous Danganronpa titles. Despite not sounding all that different from their original iterations, they’re a treat to listen to and go a long way towards setting the right mood for Ultra Despair Girls’ comic and tense moments.
Turn 10 has finally managed to master the formula of making a great racing game with the release of Forza Motorsport 7. Not only the game is technically one of the most impressive I have seen, it also has an excellent gameplay design that should please the racing fans for a long time.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice marks the artful fusion of Tenchu’s core design philosophy with the tried and tested Souls formula. Its fresh combat loop offers tense and engaging moment-to-moment gameplay that tests your wits and rewards you for your concentration, all while making things more accessible without taking away the soul of the experience.
Dragon Quest XI S: Definitive Edition is true to its title in terms of new content and features. If you can deal with a slight visual downgrade, the improved performance certainly makes it a better experience overall.