Nights of Azure may warrant some extra attention due to it’s mature storytelling, Servan system and high replay value.
With Alan Wake, Max Payne, and now Quantum Break, it looks like Remedy is trying to become the best storyteller in the industry.
DiRT Rally shines in many of its departments and provides a deeply rewarding rally racing experience.
Senran Kagura Estival Versus features an abundance of bountiful, exposed body parts and shinobi’s tearing up their enemies.
Samurai Warriors 4 Empires doesn’t entirely change the mold, but it still provides a decent experience.
Project X Zone 2 continues to provide what Bandai Namco, Capcom and Sega’s dedicated fanbase appreciated in its predecessor.
Here’s our review for one of the biggest fighters of 2016, Street Fighter V.
There is sure to be even more Yarny in the future.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth is a shockingly decent RPG that’s full of personality and addictive monster battling.
Koei Tecmo has mashed up The Heroic Legend of Arslan anime with the button mashing clashes of Dynasty Warriors. Here’s our review for Arslan: The Warriors of Legend.
All good things must eventually come to an end. It’s time to cover the final Ultimate Ninja Storm release, which has entered into its 4th iteration of shinobi battles.
Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel arrives on the fighting game scene with another fighter that goes the crossover route with visual novel characters. Here’s our review.
The console port of This War of Mine adds extra weight to your actions with new missions and a young crop of kids to tend to.
Gemini: Heroes Reborn provides a solid dosage of 1st-person adventuring with superhuman powers, but its flaws keep it from being truly great.
Here’s our review for Harmonix’s return to music rhythm gaming, the revival of the cult classic Amplitude.