A highly innovative, amazingly well-written, perfectly scored game with engaging characters, fun areas, and a very satisfying battle system.
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A highly entertaining Metroidvania-styled platformer with fantastically witty writing and amusing dialogue.
A neat game for anyone who is a fan of the series.
A fantastic experience for anyone who enjoys fighting games, and probably a great one even if you're not a big fan of the genre.
Even as a first outing for a game based on this highly entertaining intellectual property, One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows feels incredibly lackluster.
Saying that a game based on the franchise feels fresh might sound like a hard sell, but that's what Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot manages to achieve.
Shenmue III ironically becomes a breath of fresh air by remaining rigidly focused on what it used to be.
An extremely faithful adaption of a true Nintendo classic from the company's early years, with some well-needed changes to justify the full price tag in today's gaming landscape sprinkled on top for good measure.
SoulCalibur VI is a fresh game which also hits the nostalgia chords very well.
A quirky, fun game at its core; one which will poke fun at its own expense and yours, so long as you're able to laugh with it.
It's hard to imagine it going down as anything other than a true classic both for Square Enix and for Nintendo.