With its focus on vertical level design, mobility, and Japanese folklore influence, Rise is Monster Hunter at its absolute best.
With hidden gems like Progear in the mix, Capcom Arcade Stadium is much more than just another repackage of the same old games.
The Monster Hunter Rise demo is available until February 1, letting players hunt some mons while trying the wirebug and Wyvern Riding systems.
Despite ostensibly being an awards show, the main appeal from The Game Awards 2020 was the 40-odd trailers and announcements for new games.
Sony’s PS5: Future of Games showcase gave us a first look at the “radical” design of the console and a whole lot of games that are on the way.
Ōkami’s been released on just about every platform under the sun now, but a Switch version means a genuine masterpiece is finally playable on the go.
The Mega Man X Legacy Collection is a must-have for fans of Capcom’s blue bomber, but new players might be alienated by games that haven’t aged well.
The Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is a game made for diehard fans and gaming historians: it lacks the features of modern fighters, but its a nostalgic throwback to Street Fighter’s early days.
The Devil May Cry games show their age, and a modest remastering effort doesn’t do much to smooth over the rough edges, but they’re still fascinating and crucial pieces of gaming history.
Monster Hunter: World pushes the Monster Hunter series forward more than any game before it, with a more narrative-focused adventure and a beautiful vision of an untamed natural world.