What the Dub?! is a perfect game for the party game repertoire. It's simple, cheap and downright hilarious. After a while, the gameplay can become a little dull, but thanks to the game's easy mechanics, you can always return at a later date to get a laugh.
It Takes Two is the pinnacle of co-op gaming, featuring stunning interactive environments, unpredictable levels and a whole lot of video game references. It offers a strong narrative, even though it sometimes feels like it drags on a bit too long. Nonetheless, It Takes Two feels original and has set the benchmark for two-player games.
Phantom: Covert Ops is an adequate VR shooter, perfect for those who are new to virtual reality gaming. The kayak is a game-changer and the key element to the game. However, the stealth is let down by unintelligent AI, and the campaign may be a little short and repetitive for those seeking a detailed story.
Maquette is a beautiful, artistic puzzle game waiting to tell a story. The concept is good, but the implementation leaves a lot to be desired. At times, it can have glitches and feel a little clunky, but if you can overlook that, you might find Maquette's story is just what you need.
Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World: The Game Complete Edition stays true to the movie and comic book themes and provides an adequate experience for those who love Scott Pilgrim. The retro audio and graphics perfectly fit the game's style, but that alone was not enough to save a game that failed on the core essentials of a beat 'em up.