As a soccer game, Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New actually is a great anime adaptation. You know what I mean.
A gentle reminder that a schoo lbus is not a guaranteed safe transportation vehicle in a zombie apocalypse, but also not the worst choice.
I literally cannot believe that I'm doing monster girl hunting/rubbing for the third goddamn time.
Breakpoint is fast, fun and frantic, offering plenty of arcade challenge to single players who love twinstick mayhem: just be aware there's nothing beneath.
Weakwood Throne is, well, weak—in terms of delivery, gameplay, and overall reason to keep playing.
Golf is supposed to be relaxing, that is until you mix it with precision platforming. Jump, and dodge the obstacles, and make sure to get a hole in one.
An intriguing puzzle-adventure game wrapped up in a beautiful dark murder mystery.
Cute and memorable, Giraffe and Annika is marred by some glitchy moments and difficult areas, but has a sweetness that cannot be forgotten.
Quite simply, the best the Disgaea series has to offer so far, elevating and electrifying the experience with better QOL, more replay and all the DLC.
Like all great developers, Calappa Games took some weirdness, added a secret sauce of violence, made it weirder and, somehow, created a truly memorable fighter.