GOD EATER: Resurrection
I wish more people were playing online, but I'm quite enjoying this. [*** Missions]
Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition
Updated about 1 week ago
Hats off to NetherRealm studios, who have crafted one of the most complete and satisfying fighting games in recent memory, with a roster of iconic DC characters who all manage to offer a unique play style, and a compelling story mode that could easily stand alongside some of the best episodes of the Justice League cartoon. Even the rubberband A.I., which nearly ruined the 2011 Mortal Kombat reboot for me, has been corrected to offer a balanced and enjoyable experience on Medium difficulty.
Resident Evil 0
This is kind of...dull. [Training Facility Basement]
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
Updated about 2 weeks ago
It's difficult to shake the feeling that Mankind Divided is the first act of a game stretched to its 30-hour breaking point, mostly likely to get a product out there and recoup some of Square-Enix's development costs. The result is a sequel that was never going to live up to the promise of Human Revolution, but since its core gameplay remains essentially unchanged - sneaking, looting, stealthy takedowns - it's still an entertaining ride, even if this installment feels rather limited in scope.
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II
The first game was good...this is even better. [Act 2 - Part 2]
Updated about 5 months ago
So far, Trails of Cold Steel II poses one major question: do convenient, incremental improvements over its predecessor - onscreen notifications of the player's progress towards completion, new characters to play as and added wrinkles to the combat system, fun rock/paper/scissors Mech battles that channel fond memories of Xenogears - make up for the fact that this sequel largely sees the player visiting areas recycled from the first game?