- The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
- Suikoden II
- Super Mario Galaxy 2
When it comes down to it, RoboCop: Rogue City is aimed at fans of RoboCop. Teyon has made a game that does a great job of capturing the films and their visuals and sound, along with bringing a superb representation of what playing RoboCop would be like.
The engrossing strategic gameplay of the Game Boy Advance entries remains as addictive and enjoyable now as they did all those years ago, a testament to the original developer’s well-crafted gameplay mechanics. The only problem is the limited online because being exclusive to your friends and not having a ranking/open matchmaking feature is a huge opportunity missed. The rest of the package in Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp is an easy recommendation for anyone who wants to challenge their tactical know-how on the miniature battlefield.
I did not know what to expect going into Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon. Was this going to be a small title or a fleshed-out release? The latter is the truth, with the game offering a good 13+ hours, and that is without finding every collectable scattered around Avalon Forest. Platinum Games have given the Bayonetta IP a nice spinoff with Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon. It is an entry that comes with its own unique charm against its big sister’s action releases. This is a refreshing diversion for Bayonetta. Such a pleasure to experience its picture book-inspired visuals and presentation that never puts a foot wrong with its wonderful and charming art that makes the whole thing such an atmospheric experience, a joyful playtime with Cereza and her stuffed demon Cheshire.
Waves of Steel is a fun little indie game that has a simple, arcade campaign that does not last overall long across its 30+ missions.The best thing the game does is its ability to allow anyone to pick up and play, even if it means adjusting a few of the accessibility options to play it.