Capcom once again delivers another solid title for its Mega Man games. Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection gives you six good games in one package.
Although the Xbox One version has some technical issues, Ori and the Will of the Wisps has great gameplay and a beautiful setting that matches the original.
Underhero flips the idea of the RPG protagonist on its head and does so in a way that is absolutely charming, funny, and also a bit exhausting too.
The Samurai Shodown reboot gets a Nintendo Switch release and brings with it a heavy and deliberate style to the fighting game genre.
Code Shifter takes great care with Arc System Works historic characters. However, the other parts around them are supremely disappointing.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is filled with tremendous fan service and nods to its source material, but beyond the major fights, it is very dull as an actual game.
Journey to the Savage Planet is an enjoyable explorative experience that is perfect for playing with a friend in co-op play.
Norwegian studio Krillbite takes you into the grey and bleak world of Mosaic where puzzle elements help tell the depressive tale.
Vertex Pop gets into the Brawler genre with a cute design and a lot of alien bashing. Super Crush KO delivers fun action in a short time-frame.