Episode 5 of Telltale's Guardians of the Galaxy has me anticipating more space-faring adventures with Peter Quill and his family of heroes.
Frank's Big Package updates Dead Rising 4 to the point where its naysayers may be forced to give it another chance. Capcom Heroes' implementation of character costumes with newfound powers makes the main campaign all the more rambunctious.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker's Memory relies too heavily on everything that was introduced in the entry that came before it. While the new story, characters, puzzles, battles and locations are all commendable elements, the wealth of reused content used in this entry is troubling.
Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[st] set out to make an already riveting anime fighter all the more interesting. It's good to know that French Bread accomplished that goal. The character balancing makes everything even more fair than before, the four new characters are all fun additions to the huge roster, and there's a wealthy amount of modes to busy yourself with.
Sure, the hack 'n slash mechanics have been improved and remains the main pull of this new sequel. But it's simply not enough to convince non-fans to take Dynasty Warriors more seriously. The diehards will flock to it, of course. But they may even be disappointed with its lackluster quality as well.
Street Fighter's refined gameplay mechanics have managed to stand the test of time and get better with each successive update and sequel. This compilation offers a playable explanation as to why Capcom's most popular fighting game series still remains relevant and beloved to today's crop of gamers.
It manages to package together some of the greatest games ever produced, throw new challenges your way, deliver a nice mixture of visual options, and provide the retro feel 90s babies will rejoice over. The Sega Genesis Classics collection stands out as the preferred method to enjoying Sonic and his mascot buddies on current-gen consoles.