Depending on what version you play, Streets of Rage 3 can be a fun or tedious affair. But it has the best fighting mechanics in the trilogy.
Streets of Rage 2 is a sequel that doesn’t pull any punches. It’s a kickass beat’em up and a legendary entry in the genre.
Golden Axe is a product of its time but it’s a classic and an inspiration for others of its kind.
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.
Unreal Tournament is a multiplayer-focused game that also offers an incredible single player experience and gives players total control over how they play.
Take back occupied United States territory from the Nazi regime in Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.
If it wasn’t for the Nemesis System, Shadow of Mordor would be a very generic game that introduces nothing new and if you enjoy the freeflow combat mechanics, there’s a lot to love here.
Hatred is a game with a lot of potential but just seems to miss the mark.
If you enjoy shooting bad guys and ripping enemies to pieces, then The Darkness II may be the game for you but that’s pretty much all you’ll be doing.
Turok 2: Seeds of Evil is a fun and violent first-person shooter, originally released for the Nintendo 64. This remaster is by far the best version of the game.