Nintendo published a video showing off a couple of new mechanics in Tears of the Kingdom yesterday.
For once a HD remake that doesn't offend me. Unlike games such as Wind Waker HD and Demon's Souls HD, Metroid Prime Remastered managed to stay decently faithful to the look and feel of its originator.
A welcome surprise. Daemon X Machina is straight to the point. The player begins a mission and, after a short story sequence, gets right into the action. No open world with side missions that have them spend hours running back and forth, no need for counterintuitive fast-travel implementations.
I've been busy with my life and all of a sudden a term I had been using for years has become known to be racist.
This post isn't a summary of yesterday's Nintendo Direct showcase. I'm just voicing my opinions on some of the announcements that stood out to me in some way personally.
Another 3D mainline Sonic game dropped. Is it the Hedgehog's long-awaited return to form? Some voices are calling it great, even a legitimate contender for game of the year. That view is far from what I thought of Sonic Frontiers.
The Evil Within 2. It's so generic I'm having a hard time finding words to say about it. Guess I'll just try to write a straight comparison to The Evil Within (2014).