A new gameplay trailer for Tears of Avia shows off a small sample of the game’s ‘hundreds of unique skills’, and some big damage numbers.
Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r] shows how depth, coupled with a good learning curve, can be the perfect way to make fighting games “beginner-friendly”.
Root Letter: Last Answer’s “Drama Mode” replaces hand-drawn art with photography, doubling down on the tourist appeal of the game.
Blazblue Cross Tag Battle looks great and boasts a deep combat system, but its roster and range of game modes leaves something to be desired.
All-Star Fruit Racing puts a high-fructose spin on the classic kart racer. It’s admittedly rough around the edges but overflowing with joy.
Gal*Gun 2 promised to take Inti Creates’ infamous series to new heights, but instead it seems to have left behind everything that made Gal*Gun: Double Peace so great.
Rabi-Ribi cleverly combines the Metroidvania and bullet hell genres, using a silly but heartfelt story and adorable pixel art to seal the deal.
Despite the limitations of the visual novel form, Root Letter delivers one of the most compelling experiences of digital tourism ever seen in a game.