Project Aces and BANDAI Namco hope to soar to new limits with the release of Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown, the high-octane aerial dog fighting and bombing franchise that has spanned nearly 25 years. Promising better visuals, fluid gameplay, multiplayer support, and VR action built in, does Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown do enough to reinvigorate a stagnating genre? Read our review and find out!
After 18 years, Onimusha has been remastered and brought back to home consoles. Does this demon slaying samurai hold up after nearly 20 years, or should you keep your memories squarely in the past? Check out our review and find out what we thought
Massive co-op battles meet B-movie shlock with the release of D3 Publisher and Sandlot’s Earth Defense Force 5. Featuring four different classes, unlimited ammo, and the best worst dialog since The Room, should you set out to fight this alien threat?
Rico Rodriguez makes a return in Avalanche Studios’ chaotic third-person shooter franchise Just Cause with the release of Just Cause 4. Boasting more control, chaos, and power than ever before, Just Cause 4 combines the destruction of Mother Nature’s most fearsome forces with the lust for greed and control. Will Rico’s latest foray into the physics sandbox prove one step too far, or is this the best Just Cause yet?
Shoot-em-ups typically pit players against an armada of nefarious threats, but what would happen if you added a human element to that danger? Degica Games and Spacewave Software’s Rival Megagun answers that question by adding PVP to the world of shmups. It certainly provides a fresh take on the genre, but does it offer up a battle worth fighting for?
The Specialized Extracurricular Execution Squad takes a break from climbing Tartarus to test out their dance moves in Atlus’ new rhythm game Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight. Featuring a number of remixed tracks from the classic 2006 JRPG, should you feel the rhythm of the night?
Following in the footsteps of Persona 4’s Investigation Team, the Phantom Thieves hit the dance floor in Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight. Swapping out role playing for rhythm-based gameplay, should you set out to feel the beat?
Fallout 76 will mark the first time Fallout goes multiplayer. Will this element help the game succeed, or is it just another building simulator? Check out our review and find out what we thought
Fresh from the arcade scene, Bandai Namco’s cult classic Taiko no Tatsujin series has made its way to the PlayStation 4 in Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum Session! Featuring more than 70 songs, score-based gameplay, and a lively mascot named Don-chan, does this rhythm game deserve a drumroll?
After an eight year wait, Rockstar Games returns to the West with Red Dead Redemption 2. Is this game worth your time, or should you check out one of the many other games coming this holiday? Check out our review and find out
The stage of history has been set with the release of Bandai Namco’s weapon-based fighter Soul Calibur VI. A soft reboot of the series, does this title provide enough strategy and nuance to throw down once more?
Team Cherry transports players to a desolate land with the release of Hollow Knight: Voidheart Edition. Offering players exploration-heavy gameplay with an emphasis on experimentation, does the world of Hallownest offer enough to entice players into its land?