While dungeon crawlers aren’t usually my thing, Pixel Heroes managed to win me over with it’s nostalgic charm and gameplay that encourages long play sessions.
The eighteenth installment in the Zelda series drops our hero Link in an HD open-world version of Hyrule that is reported to grant freedom in how one can approach dungeons.
Saints Row Gat out of Hell is a decent little side game to the main series, but it carries some of the issues the previous games have had as well.
There might not be as many futuristic first-person space shooters on the Wii U, but you’re missing out on the big picture here.
The improved graphics bring the classic up to speed for both new audiences who may not have been around when it initially hit stores shelves almost 20 years ago.
The game has a great storyline and has that great feeling that you get from a Tales game.
WWE 2K15 is as faithful and realistic a WWE experience as a fan can get today aside from attending a live event.
Assassin’s Creed Rogue gives the player more of everything people loved in Black Flag on the last generation consoles.
Assassin’s Creed Unity is solid game that just seems to have never found its footing. It honestly feels like a product that could have used another month of polish before release.
Defenders of Time is pretty middle-of-the-road as far as tower defense games go, but it is an otherwise solid distraction for a few rounds.