While World Seeker falters in some aspects, great exploration and realization of the world provide for an enjoyable time for One Piece and anime fans alike.
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There are moments of really great gameplay and narrative that shine through, and I believe that a few sizable patches could make Left Alive a decent game.
The soundtrack, gameplay, and visuals all work together to provide a stellar experience that, to me, felt better in short bursts.
While I think the Far Cry formula hasn’t really changed since exploring that exotic island in 3, the basic gameplay loop is as addictive as ever.
While I wouldn’t say Jump Force is a good game by any means, there’s still a lot of fun to be had, especially with friends.
Metro Exodus doesn’t make the best first impression, once things start moving, it sure does leave a lasting one by the time the credits roll
There’s a lot of love built into these remastered titles, and anyone who has missed either of these titles and is a fan of either stealth or the Hitman titles should check out the Hitman HD Enhanced Collection.
While The Last Remnant still feels like an aged game, the quality-of-life improvements Square-Enix gifted it during the PC release is right at home on the console release.
Joggernauts tasks players with a challenging runner game, but becomes a bit of a chore unless you have a friend or two to play with
At the $29.99 price point, I’m having a hard time recommending Home Sweet Home. It does some things right, while failing at others.
Persona 3: Dancing in Starlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight were the sequels we weren’t expecting, but are a great follow-up to the initial outing.
Hitman 2 is a sandbox of death and creativity. Taking in the world makes for some incredibly memorable assassinations and is worthy of the time commitment.
Toys for Bob has recaptured what made Spyro such a fun character and franchise twenty years ago, rebuilding everything from the ground up for modern consoles
My Hero One’s Justice feels more like a base of things to come than anything else. There are lots of things to like here, but not much to love.
Red Dead Redemption 2 continues the trend that Rockstar is known for, creating the most living, breathing world that has ever been created.
The new mechanics of SOULCALIBUR VI don’t overshadow the true refinement done to the series. It’s easy to get lost in slamming buttons, but even easier to want to learn each character’s moves.
There are still some changes that need to be made for the sake of balance, but overall this is an extremely varied multiplayer foray.
This is an intimate tale of a broken family, and focusing on that story benefits the franchise as a whole greatly.
Sharp HD visuals highlight an incredible tactical RPG. Anyone willing to put in the time should, because Disgaea 1 Complete remains best in class, even 15 years later.
A strong cast of mostly likeable characters reinforce incredibly deep tactical gameplay, and the death system adds a weight of importance in every move.