Dragon Quest XI S: Definitive Edition is true to its title in terms of new content and features. If you can deal with a slight visual downgrade, the improved performance certainly makes it a better experience overall.
SRPG fans have limited choice on Nintendo Switch and this is where the Disgaea series truly shines. Disgaea 4 Complete Plus might not be a new game, but it doesn't need to be one. It has the perfect blend of everything from the likable cast, addicting gameplay, to a deep customization and combat system.
Modern Warfare’s re-envisioned take on realistic combat may not be for everyone, but it establishes a great foundation for something special and has the potential to eventually get there. The campaign delivers a short but provocative story coupled with some spectacular action sequences, while the multiplayer brings a broad range of fresh content and options that are bound to keep FPS fans hooked.
The Outer Worlds succeeds as a contemporary realization of Obsidian’s classic RPG formula. It’s an experience in which player agency takes center stage, therefore, it carries plenty of replay value. However, it’s best played by focusing on its core strengths, taking the passive approach, and leaving combat as the last resort.
Trails of Cold Steel 3 is launching after a long wait between the first two entries and while the game manages to deliver on expectations, there are a few blemishes that hold it back from becoming the best chapter in this epic saga.
Control can be summed up as a psychedelic trip through a labyrinth full of mysteries. Its psychic abilities and gunplay work in tandem to create enjoyable and creative combat encounters. While short on replay value, the experience is fun while it lasts. Physics-based gameplay could be the future, and Control gives us a glimpse at it.