Skull and Bones strips away everything great about Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, resulting in a dull live-service game that's often a chore.
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Rocksteady's first game in nearly a decade can't shake the superhero-as-a-service genre's ubiquitous feeling that it exists to keep players mindlessly engaged.
Silent Hill's return to consoles after 12 years away falls flat thanks to a script lacking even an ounce of subtlety.
Persona 3 Reload succeeds in elevating an unforgettable story with smart combat changes and drastically improved visuals.
A new aggressive fighting system and a healthy cast of characters make Tekken 8 pack a powerful punch.
Infinite Wealth takes one step forward and two steps back, leaving conflicted feelings amid its outstanding RPG systems and phenomenal character moments.
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Prince of Persia boldly reinvents itself as a metroidvania, and it feels like it has found its new home.
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Vertigo Games fine-tunes its zombie-slaying power fantasy with more weapons, better set pieces, and man's best friend.
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