Tales of Arise masterfully blends its elements to produce a truly captivating experience. It’s surprisingly turned out to be my favorite in the franchise thus far. It may be lacking the multiplayer of its predecessors, but that doesn’t diminish the overall journey. As the first Tales game of the new generation, we’re already off to a fantastic start.
All in all, as you can probably guess, Dragon Star Varnir is quite a mixed bag in terms of enjoyment. While it provides an intricate and engaging combat system as well as some solid alternate modes, the rest of its elements are unfortunately rather lackluster or just plain inconveniencing.
All in all, Aliens: Fireteam Elite is a bit of a mixed bag. While it does provide a lot of exciting and action-packed fun, especially for fans, it still boils down to being a generic third-person shooter that’s mostly enjoyable when playing with friends. If you’re looking for something to kill time until the next big thing, this could scratch the itch. Just don’t expect it to be something noteworthy.
Hades is a fantastic game and is really worth all the acclaim and praise its received thus far. The game's amazing ability to both engage and challenge you is worthy of applaud and the now that the game is available on all platforms many more players will be able to enjoy this spectacular title.
All in all, The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles is a delightful bundle of two great games. The plot succeeds in entertaining the player, while the gameplay challenges them resulting in an overall satisfying experience. Thanks to this being a prequel in the franchise, it’s a great point to jump into the series. Even for series veterans, there’s a lot to love here, and even a few familiar references.
All in all, Cris Tales is unfortunately an unnecessarily conflicting game. It's incredibly refined features such as the visuals and character depth heavily clash with its subpar gameplay. However, if you're a hard core retro JRPG fan then you may enjoy the game.