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Gravity Rush 2, Cyber Dimension Neptune and Fire Emblem Heroes.

I highly recommend GR2, I also recommend Cyber Dimension for the Nep Nep fans. I don't recommend Fire Emblem Heroes though.

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Dead Rising: Shitty combat, escort missions and one of the worst follower IA ever designed by men team up in this disc-shaped disaster. A game only for wrights. Recommended: No.

Guardians/Denjin Makai 2: One of the best 2D beat'em ups ever made. Recommended: If you like the genre it's a must play.

Mortal Kombat 9: Congratulations to Netherrealm Studios for releasing a solid Mortal Kombat game. It only took them nine entries. Recommended: If you like fighting games and violence, yes.



Destiny Taken King - Nah

Battleborn - OK

Dragon Quest 8 - Yes

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Player2 said:

Dead Rising: Shitty combat, escort missions and one of the worst follower IA ever designed by men team up in this disc-shaped disaster. A game only for wrights. Recommended: No.

Great comment right there.



Bristow9091 said:

 

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth

If you're a Digimon fan and wanted a great (And rather lengthy all things conisdered) RPG where you could digivolve Digimon to your heart's content, and play through a really great story too... well, why haven't you bought this game yet? Shame on you!

Would I recommend it? Yes.

 

I never played or seen anything Digimon or Pokemon really. (well ok I played Pokken) I got Cyber Sleuth as a Persona and SMT fan. I can easily say you don't need to like Digimon to enjoy it. If a fan of Persona or SMT fans of those would greatly enjoy it.  That makes 2 SMT/SMT clones in 2016 that were excellent. Digimon Cyber Sleuth and Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE. In fact the only reason DCS let's me know this isn't an Atlus game is no Jack Frost lol. Funny thing is a former SMT artist worked on DCS and it shows.



Yakuza 0, Gravity rush 2 and Toukiden kiwami. Yes to all 3

mgs v : yes
pokemon s/m : yes
rise of tomb raider : yes

Beat Bloodborne, went back to Terraria, playing Nioh now.
HIGHLY recommend all of them.

Interesting topic, let´s see..

1 - The Last Guardian. I do understand why some people may not like it, but I do recommend it if you like puzzle and contemplative games.

2 - Shin Megami Tensei IV Apocalypse. Excellent old-style rpg with a mature story.

3 - The King of Fighters XV. The best fighting game of 2016, hands down. Cool characters, cool mechanics, vibrant environments. And local multiplayer (yes, I´m looking at you, SF5).


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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword: Picked up an old save to replay the game in preperation for Breath of the Wild's release mere days ago. Still a great game, great dungeons and puzzles and great characters. Swordplay is the best use of motion control ever.

Recommended: It's a Zelda game, of course it's recommended!

Rise of the Tomb Raider: Only a quarter or so through the game, but it's a fun adventure game with cool mechanics, cheesy story to it but I guess it fits like it does with Resident Evil games.

Recommended: Yes, if you're into adventure games.

Professor Layton & The Miracle Mask: The series is puzzle gaming at it's finest. Good puzzles, but loads of text to skip through. Can get a bit annoying at times when all you want is complete some puzzles. Story drags you right in though.

Recommended: Only if you can't live without more Layton.