Tekken 8 doesn't take risks with stunts and experimentation, but instead capitalizes on an already well-laid system cluster that returns fresher and better than last time.
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The Last of Us: Part II Remastered fulfills all the requirements of a truly worthy upgrade pack and comes with a number of interesting and highly entertaining additions.
God of War Ragnarok: Valhalla is the true epilogue of the Norse lore of God of War and an integral - now - part that brings down the curtain on this extraordinary new series.
Party Animals is a very fun party game, but under certain conditions.
Technical issues aside, Alan Wake 2 is definitely Remedy Entertainment's best release, and also the best horror game of recent years.
Payday 3 still needs work to reach his maximum potential
Marvel's Spider-Man 2 is the best game created by Insomniac Games to date.
its gameplay is one of the best we've seen in a Mortal Kombat title, changing the rules again, with the addition of additional tools for special maneuvers in battles
Moss and Moss: Book II are two very special titles for fans of puzzle platform games, but also two of the most beautiful releases available in VR
Omega Force's new IP is the most promising thing for fans of monster hunter games, beyond the latest titles in the Monster Hunter series.
Street Fighter 6 is truly outstanding and manages to set new standards for the franchise.
WWE 2K23 enriches its content to deliver the best possible WWE experience to pro wrestling fans.
With the exception of some handling difficulties, this is one of the best VR shooters out there right now.
In PS VR2 case, Thumper's world acquires a brand new identity, creating the right conditions to "get lost" in a different universe from our own.
Resident Evil 4 Remake is really close to the original, correcting mistakes of its predecessors, but without being flawless.
Alfred Hitchcock: Vertigo attempts to adapt the screenplay of the film of the same name by this great director, being a mediocre adventure game, with tedious ups and downs in its pace.
Avalanche's new title is a gorgeous 35-40 hour action RPG that respects the universe it sets out to expand, doing so with a worthwhile story and a highly interesting cast of characters.
The battles earn enough points for Soulstice, but in other, very basic parts, the title ends up mediocre.
Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course is a very good reason to return to one of the games that, in their own way, left an era in the past decade.
Need for Speed Unbound is the best-looking game in EA's arcade racing series, but it still falls short in several areas and cannot be called one of its strongest titles.