Embracing a more RPG approach, Origins's engrossing open world experience is marred by persistent glitches and a narrative that suffers from poor pacing.
The story of Kazuma Kiryu comes to a dramatic and ultimately satisfying close.
A beautiful homage to the Disgaea and Persona franchises that tries to tread some familiar ground.
A masterfully crafted game ported to near perfection.
A vibrant and visually stunning rogue-like that boasts an exhilarating combat system and an immensely enjoyable shopkeeping mechanic.
Yakuza Kiwami 2 aims to recreate one of the greatest entries in the series, and it doesn't disappoint.
Divinity: Original Sin II - Definitive Edition comes to consoles, bringing Larian Studios' critically acclaimed Western RPG to a new audience.
If you're looking for a solid brawler with a dramatic story that samples from perhaps one of the most iconic shounen manga you should definitely consider giving Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise a shot.
Assassin's Creed: Odyssey is a solid attempt to create a new epic, but it also falls foul of similar missteps to its predecessors.
We revisit World of Final Fantasy with its newest re-release and Maxima update.
Kingdom Hearts III is a masterful game when it succeeds and a mediocre one when it simply doesn't.
Another fantastic Final Fantasy port arrives on the Nintendo Switch.
Discover the world of Gransys on the go in this great port of a cult classic.
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age soars onto the Nintendo Switch, proving itself to be another successful and highly entertaining port of a Square Enix classic.
Judgment brings new levels of narrative and mechanical intricacies to the familiar setting of Kamurocho in Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio's latest title.
Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers is, mechanically, the strongest entry in the franchise but the narrative falls short of being truly great.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 proves itself as an enjoyable, if not straightforward, isometric RPG that doesn't strive to be more than it is.
Rune Factory 4 Special arrives on the Switch, proving to be a worthwhile Farming Simulator/Dungeon Crawling hybrid.
Ghost of Tsushima feels like a tech demo–a showcase of the PlayStation 4’s graphical capabilities, especially through its hefty photo mode and the sheer amount of things you can have on the screen at the same time.
Ogre Tale is a great side scrolling beat-em-up, especially for those looking to play something with incredible visual charm and style.