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A notable improvement over its predecessor, Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson offers a nice mix of visual novel with intense hack n' slash action, tons of content, great fan-service, AR experiences and online interaction. A great ecchi game.
SOMA is a great psychological horror experience that sci-fi enthusiasts should not miss for the world. It’s a philosophical, deep, and well written story that encourages players to think and explore as they descent into the abyss.
Above all, The Taken King's new raid brings a whole new level of challenge and you will be forced to put your power and friendships to the test in your quest to bring down Oryx.
FIFA 16 doesn’t reinvent the wheel and needs to refresh its visuals but still, the addition of female soccer players with its own physics on top of the adjustments made on the pitch and to the career modes, make it a better game without a doubt.
Well done, endearing and completely free, this new expansion of Shovel Knight fulfills the Kickstarter promises of Yacht Club Games in an spectacular fashion, presenting us the charming pair of Plague Knight and Mona in an adventure full of comedy and charm that honours the name of indie gaming.
PES 2016 sets the franchise on the right track. However, after so many years, PES Productions is still unable to correct those issues that, historically, have hampered the experience such as the lack of licenses and some hiccups in terms control responsiveness and pass precision.
A generic Musou but a great adaptation of Eiichiro Oda's work, Pirate Warriors innovates little in mechanics and has a cumbersome progression, but it compensates a little with massive content and lots of nods to the fans. A regular effort.
Mad Max could have been epic; it looks great and it can be so much fun at times, but it falls short of greatness due to an unimaginative structure.
Massive, complex, challenging, deep, ambitious and innovative, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is more than a mere video game, it's a life devoted to the medium. A game for the ages.
Tearaway Unfolded may not surpass its predecessor when it comes to quality, but it definitely does when it comes to contents and the way it taps into the qualities of the platform to achieve a level of interaction with the player that is rarely seen.