Kaiju Wars is one big love letter to the kaiju genre as it knows what defined it and what makes it so iconic.
Deadly Dozen Reloaded is an old-school tactical World War II game that is polished in all the right ways while also falling short in regards to some aspects.
The House of the Dead: Remake is a reunion for old-school gamers while introducing a new generation to the arcade classic.
Despite its performance issues, Postal 4: No Regerts functions better on Day 1 than Cyberpunk 2077 did five months after launch.
Attack on Titan: The Final Season Pt. 2 sets the foundation for the final showdown while adding more depth to an emotionally strong series.
Hitman III brings The World of Assassination trilogy to a close with an unforgettable bang that lives up to the series legacy.
Monark is a JRPG that understands its audience all too well while also standing out in its own right. 8Bit/Digi
Kingdom of the Dead will get your attention with its pen and ink style visuals while keeping you hooked with its retro-FPS inspired gameplay.
Shadow Man: Remastered is a polished version of the cult classic that is a treat for fans and redemption for the PS1 version.
Netflix’s live-action adaptation of Cowboy Bebop is a mediocre attempt to bring the neo-noir space western to life.
The staff at 8Bit/Digi looks back at the best games of of 2021.
The Caligula Effect 2 better polishes many of the series-defining aspects while also keeping the classic JRPG elements.
Mobile Suit Gundam Battle Operation Code Fairy expands on the lore by allowing players to experience the One Year War from the perspective of Zeon.
Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City is another failed cinematic adaptation of the iconic horror survival.
BloodRayne: ReVamped is a polished classic that is also a reminder of how so many titles that defined an era have become lost to time.