Whereas combat in previous LEGO games consisted of little more than button mashing, individual characters now have access to “finishers” that can dispatch enemies quickly.
Combining the fighting mechanics of the popular Batman: Arkham series and aspects of Supergiant’s classic Bastion, Stories: The Path of Destinies is an interactive action tale worth playing.
Tharsis isn’t beyond including cannibalism as part of the tactics needed to survive in dire times, but if your crew actually lasts enough turns to reach the point where food runs out, you might be gnawing your own arms to keep awake.
With so many popular games currently available to play on home consoles and Steam, it may prove difficult to get an actual crew of your friends together to tear through The Crew: Wild Run. As much of the grinding needed to upgrade your vehicles in this mmo-car-pg can be done solo, though, it’s not a complete deal-breaker.
Bethesda’s latest post-apocalyptic RPG Fallout 4, has a Workshop feature that has unforgivingly taken up most of my time.
WWE 2K16 is the Bray Wyatt of the WWE gaming franchise: it shows lots of promise and is likely to be loved by fans, but ultimately fails when it counts the most.
Those looking for an intense fighting game experience should steer clear of Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden.
Saint Seiya: Solders’ Soul is definitely worth downloading - it only takes a few matches to get into the swing of things, but chances are you’ll be playing this one for some time.
Ride has a steep learning curve for sure, but once you get past it, it becomes just another bump in the road.
Grandia II: Anniversary Edition is a port of one of the top titles available during the tail end of the SEGA Dreamcast’s life cycle.