A game with a weak story and nothing really interesting apart from exploration and graphics, with only few engaging moments. It is somehow authentic but absolutely not the One Piece game fans were expecting.
RemiLore is not a bad game, it's more of a missed opportunity, because the gameplay loop feels familiar and funny just in small doses and there's a complete lack of innovations, enemy variety and customization.
Degrees of Separation is difficult to judge. It features a traditional side-scrolling progression with hand-drawn graphic, but it’s somehow limited by its own design. This brings to a lot of puzzles that are actually frustrating instead of brain-ticklers. But this game also features an incredible fairy-tale atmosphere together with a great soundtrack. And are these features that save it from the abyss. But only from it.
It doesn’t matter which console you play it on: Final Fantasy IX still remains a timeless masterpiece, and thus we can only be glad to see its success on the Nintendo digital store. However, this Switch edition is basically the same that was published on PS4 and PC on last two years, so if you already own it on one of these two platforms, there is no real need to buy it again.
Wargroove doesn't reinvent the wheel, clearly taking inspiration form the Advance Wars franchise. Still, since the Nintendo IP is absent from the scene since far too long, Chucklefish's last effort find its place in the Switch library.
God Eater 3 is a good hunting game, although not a perfect one. The RPG structure focused on equipment and allies’ growth allows to stage great hunts against giant monsters in a post-apocalyptic world. It is also possible to share everything both on single and online playing. By the way the game maintains its historical flaws such as being repetitive and running with a very raw graphic. Old fans will immediately feel at ease, but newcomers will have to take some time to ponder and get used to the system and narration proposed by the game.
Kingdom Hearts III is graphically exceptional, with a brilliant art design, and its narratives bring almost everything to an end. Rhythm and direction, however, never meet the expectations the saga has established. The music does not fill what had been an essential role in the previous chapters. In the end, the game lacks a real "wow" moment, that certain something to be fixed in the fans' memories, as well as truly immersive and convincing Disney worlds.
Resident Evil 2 is the perfect remake. Everything, from the re-design of levels to the graphics, is a huge step forward. Capcom is no longer confused about the series; it is the old and beloved company we used to know.