A free update for Nioh 2 adds Photo Mode, among other things, and the first of three planned DLC packs—called ‘The Tengu’s Disciple’—will launch in July.
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Nioh 2’s yokai-filled Sengoku setting brings plenty of pain, but a finely-tuned difficulty curve ensures triumph is always on the horizon.
Atelier Ryza’s bold innovations and streamlined game systems, coupled with the usual Atelier slice-of-life charm, make it a perfect entry point to the series.
Nelke and the Legendary Alchemists is a big departure from the main Atelier series, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t every bit as delightful.
With a more relaxed time limit system than its predecessor, Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland DX allows the series’ charming nature to really flourish.
A decade on from its original release, Atelier Rorona DX is a return to a simpler time for the Atelier series, both for better and worse.
Warriors Orochi 4 puts a focus on momentum and rhythm in its combat system, and in doing so, finds its own niche within the Warriors franchise.
The three games that make up the excellent Atelier Arland trilogy of JRPGs are set down for a Western release on December 4 this year.
Hyrule Warriors is back for another round on Switch, complete with all DLC. There’s not much here that’s new, but on a handheld system that can handle it, this is the game at its best.