Valkyria Chronicles 4 is a glorious return to form for SEGA’s Valkyria Chronicles franchise after a few missteps along the way and an essential purchase for Switch owners.
Yakuza Kiwami 2 is the best looking Yakuza game ever with a fantastic story, great antagonist, and excellent enhancements across the board from previous games.
Yakuza Kiwami 2’s opening hours have been fantastic and this is looking like one of the best remakes ever.
Football Manager Touch 2018 for Nintendo Switch is a great version of Football Manager 2018 with a few performance issues.
Yakuza 6: The Song of Life is an excellent action adventure RPG and a worthy finale to the story of the Dragon of Dojima even with the few flaws hindering one of the nicest open world esque adventures out there.
Save data transfers to the full game that releases in April on PlayStation 4.
Yakuza 6: The Song of Life’s opening moments have been amazing and it has been great to see a modern Kamurocho after experiencing Yakuza 0 and Yakuza Kiwami.
Bayonetta 1 and 2 are coming to the Switch in a bundle in Feb 2018
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Yakuza Kiwami is a fantastic remake of the original PS2 classic and the first Yakuza game but built for PS4 with new features and enhanced visuals across the board.
Puyo Puyo Tetris is a fun puzzle game with addictive gameplay modes and a great online multiplayer experience.
Yakuza 0 has one of the most finely crafted narratives in gaming and it offers an experience you will enjoy until the end.
Yakuza 0 has been a fantastic experience so far and if you have any interest in well written stories and addictive gameplay, it should be on your list.
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Futute Tone is the most content rich rhythm game available today and a must play for any fans of the genre as it is the closest we have gotten to the perfect rhythm game.
The Sega Strategy Humble Bundle is filled with offers on franchises such as Company of Heroes, Warhammer, and Total War.
The Total War series spans 11 titles with over 2,000 years worth of historical warfare, but Total War: Warhammer will be its first steps into fantasy.
A Neogaf forum member uncovers SEGA’s latest game via ambiguous website.
THQ shuts down its doors for good as several of its studios and IP are auctioned off.
Playstation Plus subscribers get it a week before everyone else.
There’s over-the-top characters, oodles of satisfying violence and a sense of absurdity that we haven’t had the chance to revel in since God Hand.
A surprisingly polished and fun shooter that’s easy to love. It’s got a lot of heart, which perhaps in a subversive way mirrors the fictional story it tells.
Sega to re-release the title on PSN in April.
First-person Kinect controls are certainly doable, but it’s going to take a better game than Rise of Nightmares to refine and master them.
The ‘old wine in a new bottle’ approach is no longer enough to hold off the competition.