When Bulletstorm first released back in 2011, it was a breath of fresh air in an otherwise familiar first-person shooter genre.
For those who know about Kentaro Miura’s Berserk, it’s easy to recognize that the tale of the mercenary-turned-demon hunter Guts would make for a fantastic Warriors game.
Specter Knight, one of the fallen knights of the Order of No Quarter that Shovel Knight faces in his journey to defeat the Enchantress and save Shield Knight, gets his own turn in the spotlight in Yacht Club Games’ Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment.
Originally released on the PS3 back in 2012 (2010 in Japan), Malicious was an action combat game where players took on a series of boss battles in order to restore balance in a realm full of evil.
Yoshi’s Woolly World, a colorful and creative take on Mario’s green sidekick, originally released on the Wii U back in 2015.
After the original Halo Wars successfully mixed the popular first-person sci-fi shooter series with the real-time strategy genre, Captain Cutter and the Spirit of Fire are back to face a new threat in Halo Wars 2.
After two brief beta periods, Ubisoft’s medieval multiplayer brawler For Honor is finally available on consoles and the PC, promising players a competitive and strategic good time.
Tales of Berseria is not your typical Tales of game. It takes the bright and often light-hearted JRPG series to a darker, mature place.
Divide, by Exploding Tuba Studios, offers a unique take on the isometric action sci-fi adventure with mixed results.
Resident Evil 7 biohazard is the reinvention that the long-running series needed. Don’t get me wrong, I did enjoy Resident Evil 4’s move into action horror territory, with players blasting away at fast moving enemies with tons of ammo, but in transitioning into that gameplay focus, it also lost the original sense of lurking fear, vulnerability and impending doom that made it original so long ago.