A remastered version of the 2011 Wii title, Kirby’s Return to Dream Land offers some updated graphics and a few new features, but are these enough to justify returning to the game?
Mixing the classic feel of Yakuza and Like a Dragon games with some Japanese history, Ishin offers you a new way to enjoy the series and even teach you a thing or two about the way of the samurai.
Roaming a strange world and hunting down monsters may sound familiar, but add to that some unique construction mechanics and you get a game that tries its best to stand out from the rest.
Pharaoh returns to take the rightful spot on the throne of city builders. The game has some shortcomings, but it is still a great remake. A New Era treats the source material with respect, at the same time making it more accessible.
Harry Potter and his friends may not star in Hogwarts Legacy, but the magic of the series shines through in a game that is as enchanting as it is immersive.
15 years later, Dead Space Remake is back to give fans and newcomers second thoughts before going on any space mission. Scarier, prettier, but still the game you remember it—see if you can survive this horror.
Improving on its classic features, this new entry in the Fire Emblem series - Engage - is sure to please fans and newcomers alike with its robust offerings and focus on combat.
Fans new and old will appreciate this Next-Gen update to a game that makes this masterpiece shine even stronger. Read on to find out why.
The ninth generation of Pokemon games is now here, and with it comes a new region and new ways to catch them all. Read our review to see where the series is heading but where it can still improve.
Old and new combine to create another must-play entry in the God of War series. Ragnarok approaches, but the real struggle for Kratos and Atreus is understanding one another in a world that is out to get them.