Harvest Moon purists may find the simplified gameplay of Story of Seasons to be a comparative blasphemy, but the game does have good multi-tasking, a faster pace and lots of upgrade options. It’s also suitable for any age or skill level, and pretty fun.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse puts the franchise’s fans directly into the game with their own character, making it an enjoyable experience for huge Dragon Ball fans, and a possible gateway for newer players too.
The focus with new strategy title A Druid’s Duel on capturing tiles and formulating a territory, rather than simply routing the enemy, is a pretty interesting concept and, most of all, is quite fun.
Hero of the Kingdom II is an incredibly simple and addictive, game that combines multiple genres and elements from RPGs to point and click adventures. And it’s also very inexpensive.
Space Hulk Ascension offers some amazing turn-based gameplay that is as brutal as it is tactical. Strategic players will find a lot to love here.
Shadows: Heretic Kingdoms makes absolutely no attempt to hide that it tries to be like Diablo, however, as clones go, this one is better than most, and offers a really good RPG experience for the money.
What would you do to survive? This War of Mine follows ordinary people trying to scavenge and survive in a city besieged by civil war. Moral choices occur daily, and suicide is as much a danger as snipers.
Bayonetta 2 is the perfect game for players looking for some white hot action on their Wii U consoles. It provides a solid action experience with all the over-the-top outrageousness of the first title doubled down.
Those who have been searching for a pure stealth game, or were perhaps disappointed with the latest iteration of Thief, should give Styx: Master of Shadows a once over. It will do a great job stealing your time.
Tales of Xillia 2 kicks off where its predecessor ended, answering a bunch of leftover questions from the original game while adding quite a few more in this time-twisting and dimensional jumping adventure.