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.
Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is one of the most gorgeous animated titles ever created, backed by none other than Studio Ghibli. But it’s also a fun game for kids or adults to enjoy.
While fighting in 3D with Tekken 3D Prime Edition on the 3DS is probably one of the coolest features of the game, our reviewer finds a solid title overall for fighting on the go.
Tales of Graces F is about the most perfect example of an Asian-themed RPG to ever grace the PlayStation 3. Watch out Final Fantasy, there’s a new king in town.
Tales of the Abyss is an old school type RPG that plays quite well on the modern 3DS console. And unlike most titles there, the 3D is optional, but really enhances the experience.
Tekken Hybrid combines classic Tekken games revamped for high-definition graphics and an exclusive feature film starring some of the characters from the game.
Yes, they took all the great moments of Mario Party and created Pac-Man Party, with similar results: the game is a ton of fun to play for kids of all ages.
While a family vacation simulation sounds like a perfect idea, especially on the more family-friendly Wii console, the execution for Go Vacation is poorly done.
Classics make a comeback in Pac-Man & Galaga Dimensions, a title that really shows off what the 3DS can do. This is one game that plays like a dream in the newly-created 3D worlds.
Having an arcade racer in the palm of your hand seems like good thing, but it’s so pathetically easy that it’s not fun. Unless you turn on the 3D. Then it becomes unplayable.