Those wanting to get away from Tiger Woods' gimmicks will enjoy this, but it's merely functional.
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Console gamers will see big improvements in Redux compared to the originals, making this one of the best remakes we've seen.
It'd be nice to see an entry focused entirely on Sony's latest console, but for now this is yet another supremely playable shmup title with oodles of replay value and a twist of originality.
Hyrule Warriors is fun, pays decent fan service, and uses the Dynasty Warriors template well.
As a package this is as feature-complete as you could want, but it's a long way from the version it could have been.
Bayonetta 2 is a system seller. It's a Nintendo-published game that is rarely seen, and a game that will legitimately make non-Wii U owners jealous.
Shadow Warrior is old-school in all the right ways, bringing the original into the modern era while leaving some of its less desirable aspects in the past where they belong.
LEGO Batman 3 starts slow and then gets a lot better, and then overwhelms with so much content it's hard to be disappointed.
LBP3 reaches new highs for the series by delivering some of the best levels and gameplay yet seen, but also disappoints with a fleeting campaign.
Newcomers will find a lot to enjoy, but there's little reason to return if a dive into Hell is what you were looking forward to.