The controversial clash mechanic is back in the sequel to 2013’s “Injustice: Gods Among Us.” <br>

Limitless content, satisfying fisticuffs mark stellar 'Injustice 2'

For many years, the fighting game genre was pretty clearly defined two distinct philosophies. On one hand, there was the anime-based, fluid “Street Fighter” and its clones. On the other, much bloodier hand, there was the motion-captured grit of “Mortal Kombat” and its acolytes.

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‘What Remains of Edith Finch’: A high-water mark of narrative video game design

If you’re curious to see how far narrative-driven games have come in the past few years, “What Remains of Edith Finch” is an excellent starting point.

Players battle aliens, machines for existential gains in ‘Nier: Automata’

“Nier: Automata” is a game that refuses to settle for what you expect. Yoko Taro, creator of “Drakengard” and its spinoff “Nier,” has gained a reputation for his unique approach to game design. I’d venture to call him the video game industry equivalent of a mad scientist. The first “Nier” was such a shock to the system that it took a while before it started getting the praise it really deserved. It was a title that mixed emotional depth with off-the-wall design to create something strangely beautiful. Somehow the mad scientist has managed to capture that lightning in a bottle yet again.

‘Disney Afternoon Collection’ a mostly enjoyable trip down memory lane

The original Nintendo Entertainment System is remembered as perhaps the greatest console to ever grace video gaming. However, its library is chock full of games that weren’t very good in the first place and certainly haven’t aged well.

‘Persona 5’ an exciting mix of anime-style storytelling, old-school JRPG gameplay

“Final Fantasy XV” might have gotten the headlines, but for aficionados of Japanese role-playing games, “Persona 5” is the better game.

The weird, wonderful world of Torment: Tides of Numenera

The games that rise above the fray must have some unique angle in order to distance themselves from their peers. And when it comes to unique, there is no other title that better embodies that concept than inXile’s “Torment: Tides of Numenera.”


‘Ghost Recon: Wildlands’ offers solid co-op fun despite technical flaws

“Ghost Recon: Wildlands” includes elements from the “The Division” and “Rainbow Six” and it offers the wide-open world packed with interesting people, locations and missions of “Far Cry.” But it seems that the only thing that comes from previous editions of “Ghost Recon” is the name.

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