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Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition

Star Wars is the man draw, though the concept of Disney Infinity is still incredibly solid. Unfortunately, long loading times and graphical misfires sort of keep the fun in check.

Onechanbara Z2: Chaos

Onechanbara Z2: Chaos is an enjoyable, but weird and deeply flawed game. Overall it feels a lot like a budget game, the concept of which unfortunately had more potential than its eventual execution.

One Piece Pirate Warriors 3

As a fan, you can't miss this chronological start to the One Piece franchise. Newcomers, however, might find Pirate Warriors 3 confusing and at times a bit too repetitive.

Pro Evolution Soccer 2016

By delivering an even better, prettier and more refined game than last year, Pro Evolution Soccer keeps paving the way to the perfect football game.

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

This. This is how you make sure the final chapter of a franchise delivers. A truly epic masterpiece, Metal Gear Solid V is Hideo Kojima signing off the only way he knows how: in style.

Resident Evil Revelations 2

Sadly, Revelations 2 on the PS Vita isn't the step in the right direction that the PlayStation 4 version was. Clumsy controls, a lousy framerate and - to put it bluntly - ugly graphics make this yet another forgettable Vita effort.

Mad Max

An interesting setting and enjoyable gameplay make for a fun game, even though the story is lacking and the features turn repetitive way too fast. Mediocre, but definitely worth experiencing.

Tearaway Unfolded

Tearaway truly comes into its own on PlayStation 4. It's still an amazing adventure that - in this edition - uses the abilities of the Dualshock 4 in very interesting ways.

Until Dawn

Until Dawn takes Heavy Rain's mechanics and refines them, adding a delicious horror sauce and going to town with the result. It is absolutely brilliant in every conceivable way.

Tales From The Borderlands: Episode 4 - Escape Plan Bravo

This episode's a bit slower than the previous one and a couple of moments don't really fit the overall tone of the story. That story, however, is still very much worth following, while Telltale's signature humor once more steals the show.