Overall, I expect more from a tennis game than what’s included in Tennis World Tour 2. It should have tight, smooth controls and an extensive roster of professional tennis players. Most importantly, it should be an enjoyable experience. You should be hooked to your television. This game just makes me want to put down the controller and hit the tennis court instead.
Twin Breaker: A Sacred Symbols Adventure is not the most innovative game on the market. It follows the Arkanoid and Breakout formula pretty closely, but it does do enough new to make the concept feel somewhat fresh. And if you’ve never played a brick breaker before, this is a good entry point.
Maid of Sker has some decent enough ideas, but the good parts barely outweigh the disappointing bits. I like the idea of stealth gameplay combined with not having a weapon; it just isn’t used effectively here. Likewise, for a story-heavy game, it fumbles with its storytelling.
SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom Rehydrated does what it sets out to do. It's a loyal remake of an unremarkable PS2-era title.
The surprisingly compelling storyline and interesting puzzles keep you powering through, even as the dialogue drags on at times. Plus, the pixel art style and retro-inspired music give the game real charm. Considering the budget price, it’s well worth checking out.