WWE 2K17 is more of the same and not in a good way thanks to some glaring issues outshining the few enhancements made this year.
Dragon Quest Builders is the perfect blend of an RPG with Minecraft that is full of charm and tons of stuff to do.
Gears of War 4 is a fantastic experience with its superb campaign, fun Horde Mode and also one of the best looking console games ever.
Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration is a great way to experience last year’s Tomb Raider on PlayStation 4 with its gorgeous visuals and plethora of game modes.
Bioshock: The Collection offers three great games brought mostly to modern standards in a single package spread over two discs and is absolutely worth playing so would you kindly buy it today?
NBA 2K17 is a superb game for any sports fan and one of the best sports games on the PlayStation 4.
Grow Up is a nice sequel to the adventure platformer Grow Home that doesn’t do much more but is still great for fans of the original game.
WWE 2K17 is more of the same with some improvements and additions, and that is a bit disappointing. But I remain cautiously optimistic about the final game to play through changes in MyCareer mode.
Forza Horizon 3 is a step up from Forza Horizon 2 in all the best places and is one of the best and most fun racing games ever.
It’s been a while since Hitman Episode 2: Sapienza hit and there have been two main episodes and a bonus episode released since. Hitman also received some hefty patches since, but the annoying online focus is still there. This is a problem if you don’t want to download multiple patches that weigh in at about […]
The King of Fighters XIV is one of the best fighting games available today with tons of content, fantastic gameplay, and a kickass soundtrack.
Bioshock: The Collection includes all three games remastered for current gen consoles and the first two remastered for PC along with Infinite in a single package.
Brock Lesnar returns to a WWE game cover for 2K17
Aside from the Collector’s Edition, the Steelbook Edition of the game will also be available across PS4, Xbox One and PC.
Battleborn tries to be a (handsome) jack of all trades by combining various aspects of first-person shooters, RPGs, and MOBAs, but ends up being a master of none. It’s identity crisis is evident even in the art style.
Alienation is a fantastic combination of what made me love Diablo 3, Helldivers, and Dead Nation, rolled into a single package full of some of the best looking explosions ever.
Doom is a return to form for id software after the lackluster Doom 3 and one that brings to the table an amazing campaign that is worthy of the Doom name.
Sapienza presents what Episode 1 should have been, with its big sandbox and variety of ways to achieve objectives with great core gameplay.
The first Hitman episode just shows how far Square Enix is willing to go to shove an online system where it doesn’t belong, and splitting up what could have been a great game into episodes ruins the overall experience despite great core gameplay.
Far Cry: Primal is a fantastic example of building a unique experience with a world that feels real using some old ideas in innovative ways
Life is Strange is one of the best story-driven adventure games of the last few years, and coupled with choices that actually matter, an amazing soundtrack, well written story, and great characters, I’m looking forward to seeing what Dontnod does next.
XCOM 2 has now finally made its way to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and while the port has some advantages, there’s a lot that needs to be fixed for it to be an easy recommendation.
Danganronpa’s PC debut deserves your attention because your 20+ hours in Hope’s Peak Academy are full of plot twists, quality characters, great writing, an amazing soundtrack, and more.
Street Fighter V is a great fighting game for a new generation of gamers and for pros alike with its accessible nature, but it is let down by the lack of launch content.