While cute and fun in small doses, there’s a key element missing to this game to prevent long term investment: mainly, single player incentive.
Packed with enough variety and challenge to keep you playing for weeks and maybe even months at a time.
A party game based on Tetris using one's body, Tetsumo Party is a fun multiplayer but does it have any lastability in a single-player mode?
Take your stance as a samurai warrior one-to-one with a fighting system that means that if an attack connects, you're dead.
Gear.Club Unlimited 2 Porsche Edition adds a little vorsprung durch technik to produce the most definitive and playable gear club to date.
It's Just Dance with Baby Shark. There literally isn't anything else that needs to be said for parents to make this game go platinum.
Race with Ryan is one of the most child and family-friendly kart racers ever devised and even holds enough to maybe nudge Mario into the pit lane.
Monaco: Complete Edition scratches the itch for everyone on multiple levels, and, as such, is well worth the price of admission even if you’ve already punched this ticket before.
While flashy in stills and decent in concept, Battle Planet fails to capture the attention of veteran players, and the generous nature of the AI does no favors.
Modern Warfare feels, and plays like a bootleg of the Call of Duty series.