Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles is the rare open-world game that’s cohesive and captivating, instead of being at odds with itself.
Like many, I have fond childhood memories of time spent with Micro Machines. Micro Machines World Series looks like a throwback, but it falls far short.
Aven Colony doesn’t really push boundaries, but takes the classic formula and gets it spot on, with the sci-fi setting adding just enough to feel fresh
Final Fantasy XII polarised fans when it came out a decade ago, but it’s undoubtedly one of the series’ best. The Zodiac Age gives it a new lease on life.
The Town of Light takes the overused “abandoned asylum” trope and reworks into a harrowing tale about the grim history psychiatric hospitals.
Ghost Blade HD goes back to the roots of the bullet hell genre, and what it lacks in originality it makes up for in polish.
Samurai Warriors has long been the go-to series for Sengoku-era history, and it doubles down on that in Spirit of Sanada – to great effect.
After somehow never playing the series before, WipEout Omega Collection welcomed me to the rush that is WipEout, and I can see why it’s got such a following.
The Silver Case is a strangely anachronistic adventure game, both dated and ahead of its time, and a fascinating look into the mind of a younger Goichi Suda
Even if you didn’t grow up with them, The Disney Afternoon Collection is a great introduction to some of the finest games the NES had to offer.