Scarlet Nexus’ vision of a ‘brainpunk’ future is a fascinating one that lends itself to an action JRPG that’s both exciting and insightful.
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Guilty Gear Strive is a slightly different beast to its predecessors, but its still got everything that makes Guilty Gear what it should be.
Countless CRPGs throughout gaming history—from 1988’s Pool of Radiance to 2015’s Pillars of Eternity—have purported…
Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection is a great way to revisit some action game classics that have aged well, though the Switch version struggles.
Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart crosses dimensions to be both a technical showcase for PS5 and trip back to the golden age of 3D platformers.
Sumire is a beautiful, bittersweet story about saying goodbye, keeping memories alive, and learning to make the most of the time you have.
Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning hits a bit different a decade later, but still finds that satisfying RPG loop that the original thrived on.
Maneater hits the right tone with its satirical take on the ‘Jaws effect’, but gameplay falls flat and it loses a lot in the Switch port.
Strangeland turns the familiar point-and-click adventure into a wild, nightmarish ride that takes hold of the senses and never lets go.
Biomutant is an ambitious and entertaining open-world game, with exhilarating combat and meaningful incentive for exploration.