Featuring ten classic releases, Taito Milestones 2 is an otherwise barebones retro package that doesn’t go past the very essentials of presenting a retro compilation.
With The Making of Karateka, Digital Eclipse shifts our perception of what videogame ‘making of’ content can entail, raising the bar for future products in this new genre of “docu-games”.
Blasphemous 2 is a huge improvement upon its predecessor in just about every conceivable way; it’s a beautifully crafted adventure that might as well be the best of its kind this year.
The more experienced and patient of strategy fans are sure to enjoy the newest entry in one of Japan’s longest-running gaming franchises, but newcomers might struggle to get into it due to its deep learning curve and conspicuously limited tutorials.
It’s time once again to head out to the boonies, tune into the freaky station and get some good old weird vibes in Oxenfree 2: Lost Signals.
Atlus’ re-release of the first three games in the series through Etrian Odyssey Origins Collection isn’t the ideal compilation for these classic portable RPGs, but it’s the best one that we’re likely to get.
Convergence is a good action platformer on its own, and it also serves as an entryway into the franchise for those who have never played League of Legends before.
If you’re looking to get your fill of Puzzle Bobble on the Switch, Puzzle Bobble Everybubble will surely get you sorted.
Metroid Prime Remastered brings back a much cherished GameCube and Wii classic at an accessible price
Joymasher’s new game Vengeful Guardian: Moonrider is a beautiful ode to some of the best platforming action games of the 16-bit generation.