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.
Twin Cobra is a traditional vertical scrolling shooter that perfectly encapsulates the military themed arcade games of the era.
Truxton is a vertical scrolling shooter that puts players in command of a Super Fighter as they attempt to save their homeworld.
Out Zone is a run-and-gun shooter that perfectly encapsulates that B-film culture of the era in an arcade experience.
The original Zero Wing was a groundbreaking game back in the day and this remaster perfectly encapsulates that experience.
Persona 3 Portable presents a look into how the foundation was set for what would become one of the most influential JRPG’s.
Japanese Tales of the Macabre feels less like a respectful adaptation and more like a downgrade of the Junji Ito Collection.
If you enjoyed playing Doom and Quake, be it back in the day or now, then you will enjoy Dread Templar.
Raiden IV x MIKADO Remix is the arcade classic that gamers love along with bonus content to enhance the overall experience.