The Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm series of games focuses on recreating battles from the anime and creates a unique 3D fighting game experience as a result.
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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.
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.
What happens when BioShock features no gods or kings; only touch controls on iOS. Would you kindly read on to find out?
Want to be a wizard, but you're sick of dealing with all that pesky Mana and those obnoxious cooldowns? Well, the devs of Lichdom: Battlemage felt the same way.
Pac-Man Friends is a physics based games that brings a refreshing spin to the tried and true franchise. Power pellets and gobbling up ghosts never gets old, but it's refreshing to see Pac-Man explore an entirely new dimension.
It's a weird mashup, taking the super-emotional narrative of that game and putting it onto a pinball table, but Zen Studio's take on the zombie-fest is actually a ton of fun that somehow implements the Telltale pedigree choice-based gameplay onto a pinball table.
Madden NFL 15 is a game that has preached authenticity, claiming to be the most realistic football simulation ever made. That's a bold statement, and one that the game seems to do a wonderful job of following through on.