Diablo 3 Ultimate Evil Edition is one hell (no pun intended) of a package for console gamers who never played Diablo 3, and a solid buy for PC gamers who want to try to new expansion and give the game a shot with a controller.
Tales of Xillia 2 does everything right for being a Tales game. It hits all the right buttons in terms of story, art direction, battling and collection, but the game definitely plays it safe and never ventures beyond the familiar landscape it enjoys in its niche.
Firefall is free, and can run well even on my moderately powered stock desktop PC from a few years ago. For all of its drawbacks, Firefall is still a distraction worth checking out.
Overall the movie is a fun ride – it is mostly hilarious in the first 40 minutes where the characters and story set up takes place.
Need For Speed is very stylized and polished visually with some moments completely over the top like refueling a car at high speeds and carrying a car over a canyon by an Army chopper.
Guardians of the Galaxy film is a treat in most every way. As a science fiction action romp it introduces a handful of new characters all with their own backstory.
The game mechanics feel solid, the quests are fun, and the loot is decent overall. If you get a chance and can get a code dive into the beta for a bit and try everything out.
Dynasty Warriors Gundam Reborn is a fun game that will sadly only be seen by a small audience. The game really will only appeal to fans of Dynasty Warriors or the Gundam anime.
Where One Piece: UWR undoubtedly thrives is in its visuals. Despite being on the 3DS, I personally had no frame rate issues as I ventured through each map.
If you’ve already completed Sniper Elite 3 then this is a great way to jump back into the game for another go-around.