In case you haven’t heard, Street Fighter V (SFV) is a solid installment in the long running series despite launching with minimal amounts of content. The graphics and animation are incredibly smooth and colorful, achieving a painting like quality that causes my eyes to bleed each time I pull off any given character’s super move. More importantly the gameplay is what we’ve come to expect from a series that’s been virtually perfect since it took the arcades (remember those?) by storm 25 years ago.
Resident Evil Zero HD (hereafter ReZero) is another rereleased title from Capcom that first appeared on the Nintendo Gamecube back in 2002. Following the success of last year’s Resident Evil rerelease, ReZero claws it’s way back from the dead with high-definition visuals on all the latest consoles. If you weren’t already a fan of the multi-million copy selling franchise, no amount of zombies in this game are going to turn you into one. However, any long time fan who’s been letdown by the more action-oriented Resident Evil titles from the last few years may find something to sink their teeth into here.
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Batman: Arkham Knight closes out the series on a high note, providing players with the best gameplay experience the series has to offer. Though not entirely perfect, anyone who enjoyed the earlier titles shouldn’t miss this opportunity to dawn the cape & cowl one last time.