With a variety of new gameplay mechanics and a drastic change to the core presentation, Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson is a worthy evolution of the series on 3DS.
Hideo Kojima’s award-winning Metal Gear saga comes to a close, with the astounding climax that is Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
Hatred is the ultra-violent child of Indie studio Destructive Creations. While the PC-exclusive title will challenge even the best top-down-shooter veterans, there’s not much substance to be found outside of the already questionable themes at hand.
While his detective work is a bit shaky on some platforms, the fifth and final game in the console Arkham saga provides fans with a fitting end to the superhero series.
Under Night In-Birth is the latest French Bread fighting game to come state-side, even if it is a few years overdue. The Sony-exclusive anime-fighter may have plenty to offer in terms of gameplay and style, but Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late is severely lacking in explanation and plot.
After years of multi-platform updates, the next evolution of the Guilty Gear franchise is finally available. With a new engine and a robust set of new mechanics, Guilty Gear Xrd is the next chapter that fans has been wanting for years.