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Abzû brings us to a familiar place, despite the new setting. It surely takes from the same evocative sources that fueled Journey but it does stand on its own, challenging your idea of what videogames are and providing a remarkable experience in its own right.
Bolstered by a supped up engine, Batman: The Telltale Series’ first episode, “Realm of Shadows,” is their strongest opening episode in years, and the most engaging take on the Caped Crusader in recent superhero adaptation history.
Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness is a conundrum. What’s included feels light and underwhelming but it is also, at times, a good to great JRPG.
It’s finally time to pick up your giant sword, axe or sword/axe again because Monster Hunter Generations is here!
Star Wars Battlefront is one of the most controversial games of the last year due to its lack of content and failure to actually be similar to the old Battlefront titles. The Bespin DLC that came out last Tuesday only solidifies the point that Battlefront has a reason to be around.
The Witcher 3’s Blood and Wine exceeds all expectations in a manner that will leave fans entirely satisfied with last great contract Geralt of Rivia will ever accept.