Sisters Royale sticks to established shoot-'em-up conventions, but it nonetheless provides an entertaining time with a diverse roster of characters. These characters' interactions and over-the-top firepower are amusing and worth experiencing.
Darius Cozmic Collection Console provides a unique look into the series' ports and unique entries on 8-bit and 16-bit consoles. These games follow the series' stylized legacy while providing competent entertaining takes on the shoot-'em-up genre despite being
Darius Cozmic Collection: Arcade revisits the series' first three games with extensive user interface extras. Being able to play so many different versions of these games is interesting, but the collection is still ultimately geared towards hardcore shoot-'em-up fans or fans of the Darius series.
The Isle of Armor compellingly builds on top of Pokemon Sword and Shield's experience, even if the main story scenario is rather brief. The new areas are diverse and fun to explore, and they will enthrall anybody who thoroughly enjoyed the base game's Wild Area.
Mega Mix makes a dynamic splash onto the Nintendo Switch by providing colorful rhythm gaming. With plenty of returning content and a handful of new surprises like Mix Mode, the game is a familiar and competent package for newcomers and veterans.
UNDER NIGHT IN-BIRTH Exe:Late[cl-r] is full of modes and unlockable content that will undoubtedly entertain anyone remotely interested in anime-styled fighting games. The new character Londrekia, new moves, and additional content compellingly expand the already substantial UNDER NIGHT experience.
BLAZBLUE CENTRALFICTION Special Edition provides a definitive BlazBlue experience by repackaging all of CENTRALFICTION 's content with a handful of slight additions. With plenty of modes, characters, and unlockables, it can endlessly occupy players at home or on the go.