A triumphant remake of Yakuza 2, full of fun diversions and featuring one of the series' best stories.
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An entertaining but unambitious sequel that collects up the best features of previous games and adds in some interesting new twists.
Suffers in comparison to Yakuza 0, but is still a compelling drama and an important part of the series as a whole.
Essentially more of its predecessor but with a more consistent quality of levels. Which is fine: its predecessor was great.
I listened to Wandersong's soundtrack while writing this review, and I've been happily jiggling my leg throughout.
A captivating story and varied card battles ensure this light-touch RPG remains entertaining throughout its lengthy campaign.
Unless you're looking for a hardcore sim, Forza Horizon is still the best racing series around.
Comfortably the best, funniest and most heartwarming game about a desperate battle over real estate, now available on PC as a good port at a generous price.
Joyful and surprising, even when you're cracking open an anthropomorphised egg.
A well-formed slice of noir mystery, beautifully presented. Some writing issues aside, A Case of Distrust is well worth your time.
Not as consistently intricate or surprising as Dishonored 2, but still a worthy epilogue that adds depth and atmosphere to the series' world.
Like having a drunken conversation with a friend who really loves music, but it's a videogame and good.
A varied, challenging platformer that's adept at forcing improvisation and punishing mistakes.
Many penguins died to bring word that Ultimate Epic Battle Simulator's single joke soon gets old.
A great port of an entertainingly subversive cover shooter. It's short, but the core loop never gets old.
An interesting story with some beautiful scenery, but let down by half-hearted puzzling and some derivative story beats.
A bright, fun and surprisingly substantial racing experience that does interesting things with Forza Horizon 3's core design.
It's let down by lacklustre combat and some annoying enemy design, but Prey is still a compelling, beautiful immersive sim.
A great port of what is still one of the best action games around. Bayonetta is the essential hack-'n-slash.
A competent shooter, but lifeless. You could spend many hours mastering Desync, but it does nothing to earn your time.