Sleeping Dogs is a blast from beginning to end with some minor issues. The Definitive Edition is a must-buy if you’ve never played the original game.
Banjo-Kazooie is often considered one of the greatest 3D platformers ever made. It’s a game that encapsulates everything great about the genre.
Painkiller: Hell & Damnation is a fun ride if you obtain all of the DLC. The base game alone is still fun but also a very condensed version of the original Painkiller.
Wild Guns: Reloaded is an excellent remastered version of the Super Nintendo original. A timeless game with addicting gameplay.
Frontline is where the series peaked and then it was all downhill. This review will cover both the original game on Xbox and the HD remaster on PlayStation 3.
The precursor to the popular POSTAL 2, POSTAL is where it all started. The Redux version doesn’t breathe new life into the game but it’s definitely worth checking out if you enjoyed the original.
Fly helicopters through various environments rescuing people, shooting enemies, and dodging attacks. Choplifter HD is a repetitive but fun little game that can keep you hooked if you get into it.
A ”Metroidvania” style game where you explore a large facility and need to obtain weapons and upgrades to progress through previously inaccessible areas. It’s actually quite impressive for what was originally an Xbox Live Arcade game.
Turok was a fantastic game in 1997 and it still is. Like many games of that era, Turok has a certain charm about it that makes me want to keep playing. Now with a variety of visual enhancements, this is by far the best version to play and, overall, a well made remaster.