Crackdown 2 has its moments but, overall, it’s a disappointing sequel. It’s more of the same but less enjoyable.
X-Men Legends II is not a perfect game but it features a lot of improvements that make it more enjoyable than its predecessor.
A few hiccups aren’t enough to hold back X-Men Legends from being a fun action game that should appeal to more than just fans of the comics.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 is a repetitive grinder but can also be addictive and should keep you occupied for a very, very long time.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 features improved and more satisfying combat but lacks the depth of its predecessor.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance may sometimes feel like a repetitive button masher but it has just enough depth to keep things interesting.
Batman: Arkham Knight is another excellent entry in the series but goes overboard with the Batmobile stuff.
Fans of the series may be disappointed to learn that Batman: Arkham Origins doesn’t do a lot to refresh the experience but it’s still a great time.
Batman: Arkham City takes what was great about Arkham Asylum and does it even better. This is a game that can keep you coming back for a while.
Batman: Arkham Asylum isn’t just another super hero game. It’s a game that makes you feel like Batman with a fun and addictive combat system and rewarding stealth gameplay.