Theatrhythm is all about rekindling your love for the entire series and to spark interest for its lesser known titles that have niche followings.
The hardened NHL fan looks past visual achievements, and finds a hollow experience devoid of some of the depth that made NHL 14 so good.
Chronology: Time Changes Everything is a puzzle adventure with one foot in the past and the other in the future.
Look out! It’s free-to-play Spider-Maaaaaan… and not even a spider-sense could prepare you for how surprisingly good it is.
It’s hard to keep that spark of originality going when you’re entering the fourth iteration of a series; developer Maxis tried a number of new things with The Sims 4, and while some things make for most welcome changes, others feel like complete steps backwards.
Taking full advantage of the newer Kinect’s upgraded body tracking and voice recognition, Dance Central Spotlight is the first Xbox One game to make a compelling case for Microsoft’s once-mandatory peripheral.
The Fallout series reminds us that war never changes, but Metro Redux defiantly shows that it can sometimes use a makeover.
See why Layton vs. Ace Attorney is a true marriage of both games' signature styles coming together in one grand adventure.
Azure Striker Gunvolt draws inspiration from some of the finest games of the 16-bit era
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