It fails to revitalize Sonic in any meaningful way. Let's hope that if and when the time comes to bury Sonic, we group up his acceptable games on his epitaph, citing this one as just "okay."
Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of Dusk Sky is a feel-good journey that strikes a fine balance between RPG and life sim elements with a dash of positivity to boot.
Adventure Time: Hey, Ice King! Why'd You Steal Our Garbage could have been much more than what it is: a mediocre tie-in that does little with the license it's built upon.
Resident Evil 6 is hollow inside. Here's to hoping for a swift return to (new) form should a seventh installment see the light of day.
DmC: Devil May Cry is not the same demon-hunting saga we knew and loved. It's better.
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3, is by far one of the most engaging Naruto experiences currently available.
Lords of Shadow 2 is a grim reminder of what can transpire when a license is subjected to hackneyed ideas from a lackluster developer.
Final Fantasy X and X-2 were thrilling and absolutely gorgeous entries to the long-running role-playing series back during their original debut, and despite having aged ten years, they're still incredibly engaging games.
Tomodachi Life is indeed one of the quirkiest, silliest life simulators I've ever had the pleasure of playing, and if you've got a hankering for the kind of craziness that only Nintendo of Japan can provide, you owe it to yourself to run, not walk, to the store and pick up a copy.
Kirby: Triple Deluxe is a triple threat of sorts: accessible platforming, the cute and familiar mascot we all know and love, and excellent usage of 3D visuals.