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Even without that Resident Evil name attached, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is a great game. Alone that should be recommendation enough. It’s a fantastic piece of gaming horror, with a perfect blend of gore and scares, troubling quiet and all the screaming. Not only does it use its first person perspective to great, claustrophobic effect, making every corner a nightmare-inducing ordeal, it’s a great change of pace tonally from the previous game’s over the top action – focusing instead on smaller spaces and a more intimate cast as you explore the Bakers’ house in search of your missing wife. With its less extravagant scale, it exudes character as you avoid Jack, Marguerite and Lucas’ unwanted attention and creep through rotting corridors. It still feels like Resident Evil as you juggle your inventory, or back away from hideous shuffling abominations, but modern films and games like PT have clearly made their mark on the series. It’s also amazing in PSVR if you can stomach it, using virtual reality to unleash a whole new kind of terror only the brave will see through to the end.
Like the economic boom of 1980s Japan, Yakuza 0 is absolutely overflowing with riches. It’s a massive game, filled with so many different things to see and do. Digital recreations of actual Japanese cities burst at the seams with crowds and gaudy neon lights. Citizens provide a variety of highly entertaining and completely off-the-wall side quests. Arcades provide emulated versions of Sega classics. Entire businesses can be managed to provide you with additional wealth. It’s also as strange as it is massive, wearing its cultural origins on its sleeve as a badge of pride, but at its heart lies a truly gripping and emotional crime drama that explores the origins of the series’ two most popular characters. If you’ve heard tales of Yakuza’s intoxicating brew of absurdist humor and melodrama and haven’t taken the plunge yet, there’s no better place to start than Yakuza 0
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Live by the sword, die by the sword, repeat with fervid excitement. For Honor has perfected the art of weighty melee combat, pitting history’s most distinguished warriors – Knights, Vikings, and Samurai – against each other in large- and small-scale conflicts. Its team-based and one-on-one duels match the depth of a full-on fighting game, where mastering your favorite class and learning their best combos and matchups is essential to your PvP success. You might need a little while to come to grips with the somewhat overwhelming UI, gear system, and online metagame, but it’s all worth it when you’re savagely executing a foe you’ve handily slashed to ribbons. Competitive multiplayer is absolutely For Honor’s focus, but its single-player campaign boasts some awe-inspiring battles and actually tells a halfway decent story. If melee duels are your thing, be they honorable clashes or comically chaotic scraps, For Honor was made just for you
I never played the original Nier. Hell, before Nier: Automata, I’d never played any game designed or directed by Yoko Taro. And even when Automata was announced, my reaction was an unenthusiastic shrug. But now, I can’t stop thinking about it and the Drakengard series. Its gorgeous and distinctive character designs. Its smooth and satisfying combat that manages to make every fight a rush of adrenaline. Its strange, sometimes confusing storytelling that’s always poignant and emotionally resonant regardless. Every time I think I’m done or I’ve seen everything, a new surprise pops its head up. Nier: Automata was a pleasure that I didn’t see coming – but I’m so glad I gave it a shot. Its firmly imprinted itself onto my brain and it won’t soon be forgotten.