MLB The Show 21 does exactly what a sports sequel needs to do; it refines and expands on the best features of the predecessor, without taking away from what works.
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For series' veterans, RIDE 4 will be an enjoyable experience, but for newcomers, there will be times where it will feel like the game won't actually let you play it.
Tennis World Tour 2 has some good ideas on paper, but never gels into a cohesive whole.
Despite some technical issues, WRC 9 delivers on its core mechanics, offering a deep and rewarding off-road racing game.
Project CARS 3 is a serious departure from the franchise's roots. It takes a lot of risks, but
those willing to make the jump will find a fun and rewarding racing experience
PGA Tour 2K21 feels like the best sports game released ten years ago. Unfortunately, it just feels too dated to truly compete with other, modern sports games.
EA Sports UFC 4 is a fun fighting game. It may not be the most innovative game, but it's solid from front to back, with plenty to offer to new and returning players alike.
Hyper Scape is a game that you'll probably want to like, but only the most forgiving players will be able to overcome its contradictory design.
For younger gamers (and their parents), Rocket Arena is a decent entry in the team-based shooter genre. It won't hold much lasting appeal to older players, but kids will likely have fun for a while.
Sword Art Online: Alicization Lycaris offers a compelling experience, but only forgiving players will ever get to fully enjoy it. Others may be frustrated by its strange design flaws.