Red Dead Redemption 2 is a masterpiece in its storytelling, atmosphere, and visuals. However, its slow gameplay and over-reliance on systems bring it down.
Although a solid improvement over last year’s game, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey suffers from map bloat and other things that hold it back from being great.
Capcom has made no secret they enjoy remastering their old classics. This continues with both Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 + 2.
One of the best experiences of this console generation is God of War. A more mature Kratos is back, this time with his son Atreus in-tow as well.
Not quite the absolute marvel that was Yakuza 0, but still a much better game than Yakuza Kiwami. Yakuza 6 is an enjoyable finale to the Kazuma Kiryu story.
A Way Out is a true co-op experience with impressive action sequences and an interesting tale you’ll want to play multiple times to experience it all.
Capcom brings a somewhat more streamlined Monster Hunter game to both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. While still maintaining the gameplay depth and complex systems hardcore fans enjoy. Marc Morrison has the Monster Hunter World Review.
Ubisoft takes the franchise to Egypt, making it more of a RPG in the process. Marc Morrison discusses this and more, in this Assassins Creed Origins Review.
Although it makes improvements, there’s detriments, and also more of the same as well. Marc Morrison explains in this Shadow of War Review.
One of 2017’s most interesting and thought-provoking games, Ninja Theory brings mature themes and beautiful audio direction inside a AAA indie game. Stephanie Diaz explains why it’s also one of the year’s best, in this Hellblade Senua’s Sacrifice Review.