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7,8/10
Game Informer
Mar 1, 2021
Explore recursive worlds within worlds. Change one thing in a model in front of you to affect the space around you.

3,5/5
HardcoreGamer
Feb 25, 2021
Taxi Chaos is a fun, flawed game that takes a lot of inspiration from Crazy Taxi, but does genuinely improve upon the formula in impressive ways. Freeroam allows players to learn the city to do a better job in the arcade and GPS-less modes, while having NPC fetch quests keeps things fresh and further rewards exploration. The available car selection is hit or miss, but most of the vehicles are fun to...

8/10
Game Informer
Feb 25, 2021
A love letter to a different time in role-playing history.

9/10
Game Informer
Feb 23, 2021
This retro revival is challenging, fun, and worth playing twice.

4/5
HardcoreGamer
Feb 23, 2021
Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection successfully revives one of the most celebrated franchises of video game history. The developers succeeded in creating an original game that feels modern while maintaining the classic feel of the games from the ’80s and ’90s. The multiple difficulty settings was a nice touch as they make the game accessible to people who have varying desires to be challenged. Ghosts ‘n...

4/5
HardcoreGamer
Feb 21, 2021
Capcom Arcade Stadium is not the first (and likely not last) compilation of classic Capcom games, but this is one of the better ones they’ve put out. In addition to a great and diverse library of games, the various display options with difference screen sizes and arcade cabinet boarders along with the ability to adjust the game settings shows that the development team put a lot of work into making ...

4/5
HardcoreGamer
Feb 17, 2021
Viola is a fantastic coming-of-age tale that manages to successfully mix satisfying platforming with rewarding turn-based RPG mechanics. The cast of playable characters is a blast to play as and more importantly, to learn about. They play off of one another nicely and despite the game not having voice work, there’s a sense of chemistry and a bond forming between them as their time together grows. The...

3,5/5
HardcoreGamer
Feb 17, 2021
Though there’s little rhyme or reason for the imitation on visual detail, NERVE still provides a satisfying-to-conquer sprint through the multi-colored void that is its setting. A sprint that’s full of split-second tension and more importantly, interesting gameplay twists that will as much tease as they do test a player’s skill. An occasional annoyance or two there may be with specific mechanics and...

4,5/5
HardcoreGamer
Feb 15, 2021
Super Mario 3D World was already a fantastic Mario title that alone made it worth owning a Wii U back in the day. The inclusion of Bowser’s Fury fixes the character speed and the addition of online have made this one of the greatest Mario experiences to date. It’s hard to put into words the pure joy and chaos this enhanced port has brought, but considering the main campaign was already fantastic alone,...

4,5/5
HardcoreGamer
Feb 12, 2021
Many will continue to compare Nioh to the Dark Souls franchise because of its difficulty and trial-and-error gameplay, but it has presented itself as something unique. Whether it’s traveling japan as a heavily-fictionalized William Adams or your own silent created protagonist, there’s something here for the dedicated. I say dedicated because these games are not for everyone. While Dark Souls is considered...

9,3/10
Game Informer
Feb 10, 2021
By bundling one of the best 3D Mario games with an all-new adventure, Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury is a compelling package for all fans of the Nintendo mascot.

8,5/10
Game Informer
Feb 9, 2021
Even if the action of Strikers is very different, the spirit and heart of the mainline series carries into this enjoyable sequel.

4/5
HardcoreGamer
Feb 9, 2021
Surprising as it may be, Persona 5 Strikers is a solid follow-up to Persona 5. Atlus and Omega Force resisted the temptation to just make it yet another Dynasty Warriors clone, putting in actual effort instead. Its Warriors-style action combat integrates much of the quirks from Persona 5 and still manages to retain the fun factor too. Low SP and short fights hamper it somewhat, but it feels good nonetheless....

9,3/10
Game Informer
Feb 9, 2021
This impressive follow-up builds on its predecessor with emotional gut punches and unnerving visuals that stick with you.

4/5
HardcoreGamer
Feb 9, 2021
That same distortion and monstrous-like exaggeration of previous may be out in full force once again, but Little Nightmares II succeeds on its bolder and more refined continuation from the 2017 original. Stripped down to its most basic premise, the game still intrigues and invites through well-orchestrated puzzle segments and spots of subtlety that lend themselves to the creeping, anxious trek characters...