PQube and Arc System Works are back for another dose of Guilty Gear action in Guilty Gear Xrd: REV 2. Packing new characters, stages, and more, should you get ready to rock?
Combining elements of both old school and new, Tribute Games’ Flinthook gives players the chance to be a pirate in a roguelike platforming adventure. Should you set a course for treasure, or is this one not worth plundering?
A unique take on the fighting game genre, Team Reptile’s Lethal League has players whacking around a ball at Mach-1 speeds. Is this competitive platforming title the biggest thing since Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros series?
Arcade racers full of smashing and crashing may have taken a back seat to sim-based titles as of late, but Kylotonn Games and Strategy First are bringing them back with FlatOut 4: Total Insanity. Should you hit the nitro, or is this racer a lemon?
Before developer Suda51 created the worlds of Killer7 and No More Heroes, he explored the visual novel genre with the release of The Silver Case. After more than 15 years, this gritty crime drama is back with NIS America’s PlayStation 4 remaster. This game certainly has style, but does it have the substance to back it up?
Things aren’t going so well for Javier and company in the fourth episode of Telltale’s The Walking Dead: A New Frontier. Does this chapter do justice to the series, or is it more annoying than Carl?
After more than 20 years on the scene, the little puppy that could is back with the PlayStation 4 release of PaRappa the Rapper Remastered. Should you feel the funky flow, or is this more of a funky remix?
A staple of 90s-era arcades worldwide, the shoot-em-up genre makes a return with the Steam release of 5pb and MAGES’ Bullet Soul. Packing more bullets than a NRA convention, does this danmaku soothe your itchy trigger finger?
Star-Lord, Rocket Raccoon, Drax, Gamora, and even Groot are ready for action in the first episode of Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy. Does this unlikely band of heroes save the day, or is the game worse than the Howard the Duck movie?
Everything old is new again in DotEmu and Lizardcube’s Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap. A remake of the 1989 Master System original, does its tale of dragons and curses hold up in this day and age?
After the overwhelming success of Cave Story, Daisuke “Pixel” Amaya has turned his attention to the shoot-em-up genre in Playism’s Kero Blaster. Featuring a quirky hero and a quirkier environment, does this game deliver a winning experience?
Taking cues from Rez, Star Fox, and even Guitar Hero, Reverb and Mad Fellows Games’ Aaero combines a number of diverse gameplay elements to create something new. Part rail shooter and part rhythm game, do these wildly different genres sync up in perfect harmony?