Just Cause 4 is rough around the edges and is one of those releases whose fun factor depletes over time. It still provides a slew of entertaining moments, but not not enough interesting takes on the types of themes that are starting to feel a bit played out.
Worst of all, Ubisoft compromised the game’s progression system to get you to pay more money on top of the money you already gave them. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey‘s underlying problem is not that it didn’t innovate enough, but that it innovated in ways that put the publisher’s pocketbook over its players.
Warriors Orochi 4 is the type of Musou release that diehard fans will get a kick out of. As for everyone else who's grown tired of these types of games, this sequel won't rekindle your past appreciation for them. Ultimately, Warriors Orochi 4 is still a good time.
Playing online is fun at times, but the constant presence of lag knocks that feature down a peg. And while the seven brawlers featured in this bundle are top-notch, the ones that are missing are too hard to ignore. Even still, the Capcom Beat 'Em Up Bundle is a pleasant romp through a museum full of the best coin munchers ever produced.