Death end re;Quest 2 represents another promising franchise spiralling down the drain at Compile Heart.
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Sometimes the try, die, retry system can grind your gears, but more often than not you’ll be enjoying the myriad scenarios in which you stealth kill your way to another victory.
Xenoblade is one of the landmark titles in the genre over the past decade, and the Definitive Edition improves on it across the board.
A nice add-on for franchise completionists but largely superfluous for more casual fans, especially when weighed against the strength and value of vanilla MK11.
A release worthy of wearing the remastered label.
It's a relatively short game with a modest amount of trial and error, but its mechanics, level designs, and quality-of-life features make it a must-play for shoot-em-up fans.
Due to its opaque nature and punishing action, Resolutiion will appeal mostly to fans of dangerous souls-like combat and abstruse exploration in the vein of the original NES Zelda.
Returning players will still find the fun game they knew back from 2013, but don’t expect to have any of the problems you had back then addressed now.
It won’t soon dethrone the likes of Final Fantasy or Dragon Quest, but it's nonetheless a faithful remake that’s sure to satisfy Mana fans.
Island Saver is not a good game but, considering its raison d'être, it could be worse.