Bringing together both enhanced editions of these classic titles, will they manage to keep their appeal to a new generation of gamers?
Warhammer: Chaosbane brings the first hack-and-slash Warhammer experience to console. Does it manage to tick many of the right boxes?
Undead Horde sports a very unique framework, and promises a heap of depth, but does that all come together to produce a worthwhile affair?
For the King blends together roguelike, RPG, and tabletop elements. Does the end result make for a decent mashup?
Eternity: The Last Unicorn competes with the likes of Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD for nostalgic-based RPG goodness. Does it stand quite as tall?
On the heels of Operencia: The Stolen Sun, does Vaporum have what it takes to stand just as tall? Or does it fall short of the mark?
Nine Dots' new RPG Outward certainly seems like it's got all the trimmings that a good RPG needs. Now that it's here, does it manage to stand tall?
Dungeon crawlers are ten a penny these days, especially on the Xbox One. Sadly, many of them have been hit and miss, but where does Operencia sit?
Spearhead Games' Stories: The Path of Destinies houses a very interesting narrative structure, but does it hold up where it matters elsewhere?
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