Twisted Voxel's Reviews
Despite its half-baked accommodation of new mechanics, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 remains a highly entertaining package, both with regard to its campaign and multiplayer offerings.
Shadows of Rose is a solid continuation of the Resident Evil Village story, with minor flaws in its survival horror focus but some tense moments. The other new additions in the Winters' Expansion make an already terrific game even better, with a completely new third-person camera providing a distinct perspective on Resident Evil Village's scary story mode.
Star Ocean: The Divine Force has a terrific battle system, a variety of unique exploration possibilities with a lot of vertical mobility, and a solid cast of characters, but the game's pacing can be a problem, and the writing is somewhat weak.
Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope is a thrilling adventure with some intense strategic battles. It's an excellent sequel that fixes many of the flaws of its predecessor and provides a spectacular journey with hours of entertainment.
No More Heroes 3 promises and delivers a good time for fans of the series as well as people who have never played any prior games.
Valkyrie Elysium has an excellent battle system and exciting exploration options, but the plot never takes off, resulting in a lackluster conclusion.
The Diofield Chronicle has all of the components for an intriguing game, but it lacks a few key ingredients that may help it stand out.
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle R's main foundation is good, with a fun battle system that doesn't seem difficult, but the mediocre online multiplayer dampens some of its promises.
Pac-Man World Re-Pac won't set the platforming genre on fire, but it checks all the appropriate boxes for fans of the yellow ghost-eating hero.
Soul Hackers 2 is a fun budget JRPG that has a repetitive design, but the developers tried their best to deliver an experience that should please fans of the Shin Megami Tensei and Persona series.
Klonoa Phantasy Reverie Series is a dream come true for those who appreciate its value, but it lacks enough content to create a compelling purpose for someone to play through the games again.
Outriders: Worldslayer is a mixed bag of content that will likely appeal to no one outside of its diehard community.
Rabbids: Party of Legends is enjoyable with friends, and there are several minigames to play, but its main weaknesses are the lack of online multiplayer and a poor adventure mode.
Capcom Fighting Collection is a satisfying bundle that includes 10 classic games with a variety of options as well as online multiplayer.
Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak makes a decent effort to improve the endgame, but it’s the subtle improvements to combat and some worthwhile QoL changes that stand out in the expansion.
Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade is a must-have on Steam for fans of the original, regardless of how one may feel about the average port job.
There haven't been many games that have effectively emulated the success of the classic Resident Evil, but Tormented Souls does exactly that, although with some flaws.
Evil Dead: The Game succeeds with its multiplayer component, which is still enjoyable with friends, but if you're looking for a single-player experience, you'll be disappointed.
Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition, while far from a flawless remaster, delivers one of the most adored games to current platforms, but it is at best a monkey paw type of wish fulfillment. Even the game's poor performance cannot disguise this brilliance.
Baldo: The Guardian Owls falls short of the heights set by its inspiration, but it is still a respectable action RPG.