Developer rose-engine's debut is a near masterwork in a much-missed mode of horror gaming.
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Punch, blast and generally smart-ass your way through an undead horde.
Liberated of its original hardware, does Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion take the PSP darling to new heights?
A remarkable, vital piece of art that both transcends and is blemished by shortcomings specific to the medium of video games.
While the bones of a great battle royale are here, there's just not enough meat on 'em at present.
Jumpship's debut mixes grand sci-fi and familial drama in a more cinematic take on PLAYDEAD's earlier titles to mixed effect.
This 15-hour trip through humanity's end of days will leave you envying the dead.
Re:Verse is a rare, but colossal misstep from Capcom that reverses momentum after a solid run of recent games.
The ghost of 2000's past.