A fresh perspective and brilliant level design make Kirby and the Forgotten Land a delightful first foray into three dimensions.
Chocobo GP admittedly doesn’t make the best first impression, but there’s a lot of fun and depth to be found in Chocobo’s latest adventure.
Pokemon Legends Arceus doesn’t always rise to its ambition, but it’s still an exciting new direction that paves the way for a bright future.
Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, outsourced to ILCA with little Game Freak involvement, leave something to be desired.
Big Brain Academy: Brain vs Brain eschews regimented, structured brain training in favour of something more playful, with a party game twist.
Metroid Dread succeeds in walking the tightrope between innovation and being true to its roots, but not without a few stumbles along the way.
WarioWare: Get It Together adds a neat new dimension to the delightfully frantic nature of the series’ rapid-fire microgrames.
No More Heroes 3 successfully delivers the delicious blend of brutality and irreverent humor fans have come to expect from the franchise.
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD comes packed with improvements, breathing new life an underrated Zelda experience.
Super Rush keeps the fun of Mario Golf alive with an extra dose of chaos, though its RPG-style Adventure Mode leaves much to be desired.