We don’t know exactly what it’s up to, but we like Gauge’s style. Is it laughing at us or with us?
We loved Virtua Tennis, but we only like Virtua Tennis Challenge. Still, SEGA’s served up a good foundation here, so let’s hope they build on it.
Extreme Skater aims to be big and bold, but the basic play elements are too loose and unrefined to support such lofty goals.
With four decades of classic international goals to re-enact, footy fans will get a big kick out of this.
You won’t find much depth here, but finding those three hours you just lost will be more of a concern. Fun and addictive, and not just for football fans.
Penny Time might not freeze time, but it can enjoyably kill a lot of it thanks to entertaining action and fantastic aesthetics.
Not as fulfilling as Super Crate Box and Muffin Knight, but akin to a massive sugary treat that will leave you dazed, but happy.
Fast, free-falling fun that tried a bit too hard to be cool and ends up being a bit of a jerk. A loveable jerk, though.