Romancing SaGa 3 isn’t for newcomers to the RPG genre, but it’s an excellent and complex game that JRPG fanatics will certainly appreciate. It can be ridiculously vague at times, but the game’s non-linear structure and plethora of well-developed mechanics make it a truly unique and enjoyable game.
Pokémon Sword and Shield have a lot of great ideas and fun creatures, but the stark lack of content, rough performance, and a concerningly large number of minor issues keep them from being the definitive home console Pokémon games that myself and many other fans hoped for.
Death Stranding is one of the strangest and most unique games I’ve ever played. While its story’s pacing and theming are all over the place, its characters, world, atmosphere, and fascinatingly dull gameplay make Death Stranding an experience that you will likely either love or hate. Either way, I’m glad it exists.
The long-awaited remaster of Ghostbusters: The Video Game continues to prove that licensed games can be absolutely fantastic, even with some aged visuals and difficulty. From the hilarious writing and performances to the viscerally true-to-form ghost-busting gameplay, Ghostbusters Remastered is a brilliant and genuinely great love-letter to franchise fans and gamers alike.