Though divisive upon its initial release, Chrono Cross is a boundary-pushing masterpiece, and it’s aged like fine wine.
Monster Rancher 1 & 2 DX brings a pair of quintessentially ’90s games into the modern day, finding new potential in the age of social media.
Death Stranding: Director’s Cut takes full advantage of the PS5’s power, but it’s still as divisive as the original, for better or worse.
When I played the original release of Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water on Wii…
Demon Gaze Extra, an expanded version of Experience’s 2013 dungeon RPG, comes to Switch and PS4 internationally on December 9.
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD comes packed with improvements, breathing new life an underrated Zelda experience.
The best thing about SaGa Frontier Remastered isn’t the new content or features, but how it stays true to the scrappiness of the original.
Gal*Gun Returns is far more clever and subversive than its infamy would suggest, though it doesn’t quite hit the heights of its sequels.
Bowser’s Fury is an exciting addition to Super Mario 3D World, and feels more like a whole new game than a just new mode for the remaster.
Turrican Flashback launches January 29 for Switch and PS4, bringing four classics together into one package with some useful new features.