Destiny 2: Forsaken manages to merge nearly every positive aspect of both games in the series while leaving behind most of the negatives in order to create an immersive, compelling first person shooter experience. With Forsaken as the template for the future, Destiny's future is looking brighter than ever before.
An engaging campaign, a satisfying arcade mode, and thrilling multiplayer make Star Wars Battlefront II an improvement over its predecessor and it should be the game to bring balance to the Force. The appalling progression system and unmistakable greed of the publisher tarnish all of that.
A clear and engaging campaign, immense balancing, gorgeous visuals and cinematics, more activities than ever before, one of the best, most dynamic game soundtracks I've heard in while, and much more ensure Destiny 2 will see as much play as its predecessor if not more.
Splatoon 2 is superior to its predecessor in almost every capacity. More content out of the gate, novel, new concepts like the Salmon Run mode, better balancing, gorgeous visuals and portability courtesy of the Nintendo Switch; Nintendo has provided much more than just a fresh coat of paint to its latest, beloved IP.
Despite its clever concept, quality combat, enjoyable ARPG gameplay, and attractive art direction, Ever Oasis gets buried beneath a series of small but grating missteps. Another engaging adventure on the 3DS, but one that'll quickly be lost to the sands of time.