“Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot” (Bandai Namco), the latest title in a franchise that reaches back to 1984, brings a fresh spin to the long-standing saga.
“Arise: A Simple Story” (Techland) dips deep into the well of emotion as an old man looks back across the highs and lows of his life.
As the shopping season opens, gamers and their relatives should keep an eye out for “Pokemon Sword” and “Pokemon Shield” (Nintendo).
War games are often problematic for a variety of reasons. But Activision’s latest release proves especially violent as well as historically inaccurate.
For ages, philosophers have sought to settle questions about the true nature of reality, and “The Sojourn” (Iceberg Interactive) continues that quest.
Created as a tribute to the 1997 PlayStation game “Final Fantasy Tactics,” “Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark” (1C Entertainment) embarks on a nostalgic journey through classic tactical role-playing.
What does it mean to be human and to contend with both our positive and negative impulses? That’s the question addressed in the cerebral adventure title “Sea of Solitude” (Electronic Arts).
A classic role-playing game — RPG in gamer jargon — meets creative construction in “Dragon Quest Builders 2.”