Peach Beach Splash has all the hallmarks of a Senran Kagura game—lovely characters and lewd humour—but predatory loot boxes are a sinker.
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Everything you need to know about The Drowned City of Skalla dungeon, including why Kelpie’s push and pull moves are reversed.
I had my doubts about Life is Strange: Before the Storm when it was announced, but the folks at Deck Nine have really stepped up to the plate.
Pillars of Eternity is one of the finest modern twists on the Infinity Engine formula, and its jump to consoles is surprisingly smooth.
Warriors All-Stars carves a new, open-ended approach for Musou storytelling, with the familiar, energetic combat and a delightful mix of characters.
The latest iteration of Everybody’s Golf really is a golf game for everybody, with simple mechanics, depth, and a wide range of ways to play.
Knack was a fun game despite all the undue disdain it got, and Knack 2 builds on that without trying to reinvent the wheel or appease the haters.
Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun marks the bold return of the stealth tactics genre. It’s challenging, but your patience will be rewarded.
Rabi-Ribi cleverly combines the Metroidvania and bullet hell genres, using a silly but heartfelt story and adorable pixel art to seal the deal.
Agents of Mayhem combines the chaos and eccentricity of Saints Row with the charm of Saturday morning cartoons and hero shooters.