The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing II is more of the same. That’s not a terrible thing, but it struggles to make the same impact as its predecessor.
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I Am Setsuna is the best kind of love letter to games past—the kind that doesn’t just emulate them, but reminds us why we loved them in the first place.
Minor annoyances don’t detract from a robust, enjoyable JRPG. Integrity and Faithlessness won’t convert anyone to the franchise, but it doesn’t need to.
LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens is the best LEGO game to date, revitalising the LEGO formula and perfectly adapting the film to a video game format.
Grand Kingdom is a game that turns the tactical RPG genre on its head—to great effect—through a clever battle system and brilliant multiplayer integration.
Lost Sea is the sort of game that reminds me why I don’t really like roguelikes all that much – because of both what it does well and what it doesn’t.
The Last Blade 2 is now available on PlayStation 4 and Vita, and it’s as beautiful as ever—a game that truly captures the artistry of swordplay.
Anima: Gate of Memories is certainly lacking in polish, but it’ all the better for it; I think we forget about how much “B-grade” games can offer.
Wrapped within a simple, short point-and-click adventure game is a haunting and powerful tale of abuse, trauma, and one child’s struggle to move on.
With its original 3DS release back in 2014 (well, early 2015 for New Zealand), Shantae…