Granblue Fantasy Relink is an action-packed RPG with stunning graphics, engaging combat, and high replay value. Fans of the Granblue Fantasy franchise and players seeking a visually impressive gaming experience will undoubtedly enjoy this game. Although there are a few areas that could be improved, the overall experience is incredible, and it’s worth playing, especially online with friends.
Remnant II: The Awakened King DLC is a worthy addition to the ever-growing content of Remnant II. The new Equipment, Class, enhancements, and especially the level design provided an enjoyable and immersive experience that will keep players engaged for a good while.
Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Realms of Ruin is a challenging but flawed game with some interesting RTS mechanics but lacking in factions and extras. A worthy purchase only for hardcore fans of the genre or those who very much enjoy multiplayer and pvp aspects of these games
Lords of the Fallen is an amazing achievement from the Hexworks team, and Souls-like fans will immediately feel at home in this highly ambitious title. Despite a few performance issues, and a handful of bugs, Lords of the Fallen is some of the most fun I've had this year, and that's saying something considering the titles that have launched in 2023.
Phantom Liberty continues to show that CDPR will always support their most ambitious title to date: Cyberpunk 2077, and does so in phenomenal fashion. From interesting characters, intriguing plot lines and new mechanics, Phantom Liberty is sure to win over fans of the franchise, and many who had previously given up on the game.
Lies of P is a phenomenal reimagining of a classic tale that manages to engage the audience with its unique setting, while keeping them on the edge of their seat with its innovative twists to solid Souls-like combat. With minor shortcomings and perhaps an over-reliance on its inspiration, it is regardless an IP Souls fans won't want to miss out on, and is arguably one of the best Souls-likes titles to date.
Starfield is a compelling and engaging interstellar adventure that successfully blends core RPG mechanics with open world exploration and deep questing. A complete delight from start to finish and an instant classic for any gamer that enjoys Sci Fi and is ready for adventure.
Armored Core VI is an intense, challenging and rewarding experience that surpasses any other mech style game I have played. Intricate mech customization and exquisite combat encounters makes it a definite must-have if you are a fan of the Armored Core series or FromSoftware.
Blasphemous 2 is a fun and reward-driven Metroidvania that is sure to please series fans and is a good entry point for any platformer action gamers looking for explorative gameplay. While not groundbreaking in any specific aspect, Blasphemous 2 gives an excellent amount of gameplay for a very good price and is thus well worth its value.
Atlas Fallen is a title that misses the mark when it comes to originality and amount of content delivered, but just manages to save itself with solid combat, good visuals and audio, and pretty good PC performance. A day one buy for only the most diehard Deck 13 fans, while everyone else should wait for a sale, and some time to free up in their very busy gaming calendar.
Exoprimal is an online shooter that brings original aspects to the table and manages to miss the important mark, all at the same time. It is a fun game to play with your friends as you try the variety of Exosuits and synergize different team compositions. But due to its weak progression, lackluster content, and repetitive gameplay, these factors can easily put off players as they’ll miss out on the chance to experience Exoprimal’s unique mechanics. At this point, we do hope that enticing and noteworthy content will be released in the next seasons to come since Exoprimal would have been a great contender against big shooter titles only if it was fully realized.
Remnant II is a solid sequel that enhances the emerging soulslike genre, adding its unique identity and ideas to its growing pool. A fun and engaging multiplayer experience makes it well worth the price tag, even if you’re generally not a fan of shooters.
Final Fantasy XVI is a marvelous game and successfully makes the element of ARPG work for a Final Fantasy game while maintaining its roots. With the absence of an open-world setting, the game makes up for it through storytelling, gameplay, and overall sound & design that fully immerses the player into the world of fantasy that we know by heart.
Capcom delivers and checks the majority of the boxes when it comes to the classic and new features of Street Fighter 6. It heads down a different direction making it more casual while maintaining the core values of the game, allowing it to be a mainstream fighting game for all players. However, with its awkward performance on the PlayStation 4. The concern is, will World Tour have more content and will the performance issues be fixed. We hope these will be addressed. In the meantime, it is recommended to play Street Fighter 6 on current-gen consoles and PC to fully appreciate and enjoy this game.
Diablo 4 is an excellent game and a fantastic next step for the ARPG genre. Smartly melding Open World and Online elements with traditional dungeon crawling and loot farming, this game will become the favorite time-sink of millions for years to come.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is a fantastic game, and one that I couldn’t stop playing. Star Wars fans are sure to find what they’ve been craving in this must have title, unfortunately just not on PC which is marred by heavy performance issues. A day 1 buy on Xbox and Playstation, but a wait for performance fixes on PC.
This classic title gets some much needed love in terms gameplay handling, graphics, combat and more. This remake provides a much smoother experience while still keeping that nostalgic feel. It's ode to keeping close to the original is what fans will appreciate, but now the experience will feel much more complete and more welcoming for newer players in terms of controls. A fun updated survival horror classic.
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is sure to satisfy Team Ninja and Nioh fans in the combat department, but some aspects are not quite as good as the Nioh franchise. Recommended for console players itching for satisfying action, but a wait for patches for PC players due to performance issues.
If you are a Harry Potter fan this game is a slam dunk. It is the closest thing that I think you will ever see to a perfect Harry Potter game. I mean not Harry Potter but in the Wizarding World it’s the closest thing I think you will ever see. I’m not sure they could do a better job except maybe slightly on the itemization and customization of your character. That’s it. Like I have almost no other complaints. I can’t think of anything at this point other than maybe better graphics which is a very very tiny complaint that I have about this game. they absolutely hit it out of the park and if you’re not a Harry Potter fan or a Hogwarts fan and you’re looking for a good open-world game I think this game will scratch the itch.