Front Mission 1st: Remake is the long awaited chance for fans to experience the game that established the iconic franchise.
KonoSuba: An Explosion on This Wonderful World! attempts to present the origin story of everyone’s favorite chuuni mage but also makes the same mistakes as most prequels.
The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie brings together beloved characters from the series for one final adventure.
Trepang2 is a satisfying fast-paced and over-the-top shooter that is also a reminder of an era defined by innovation.
From its design choices to world building, Nimbus INFINITY is a love letter to mecha as it embraces everything that has defined the genre.
System Shock is a remake that modernizes one of the most influential games while also preserving its defining aspects.
Trinity Trigger wants to recreate the experience of a PlayStation era JRPG’s while incorporating the lessons learned from the last 30 years.
Crime Boss: Rockay City is a reminder of a bygone era when every game studio attempted to ride the coattails of Vice City.
The PSVR2 has learned from the mistakes of the previous headset, modernizing the controls and adding some really great functions.
Resident Evil 4 builds upon the already successful foundation of its predecessors to reimagine one of the most iconic games.
Postal 4: No Regerts tries to recreate the success of its predecessor, but ultimately falls short in many ways.
Attack on Titan: The Final Chapter Part 1 marks the beginning of the end of one of the most captivating works in recent years.
Like a Dragon Ishin! has so much to offer but falls short in comparison to other entries in the series.
The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure continues the story of its predecessor while also polishing the classic formula of the series.
Persona 4 Golden is akin to observing an artist’s work that serves as a bridge between their early work and their magnum opus.