htoL#NiQ's flaws are significant, and I experienced a lot of frustration in the process of grinding through it. It's hard to recommend to a general audience, but if you're into 2D platformers, especially ones with puzzles and unforgiving difficulty, htoL#NiQ is one to consider.
If you prefer a strong mix of drama and character-led story with your martial arts, Brotherhood of Blades is a good choice. The Blu-ray release looks and sounds great, but the lack of extras is disappointing.
If someone who has never played a videogame asked me why I play them and wanted tangible examples, Grim Fandango would be one of the very first games I would point them to. The Remastered version brings this masterpiece to a new generation, and does nothing to compromise the genius of the original.
Some may roll their eyes at another Capcom re-release, but I'm really glad that Capcom did the HD Remaster of Resident Evil and that they did such a good job with it. Whether you're mapped out the Mansion in years past, or are treading through its corridors for the first time, this is a great addition to your Steam library.
Mister Ed is a classic show that has withstood the test of time; it's still funny and very watchable, and a great show to watch late night to wind down. Shout! does a good job of bringing it altogether in this box set that is a great addition to any TV collection.
WWE 2K's first outing on the PS4 and Xbox One is commendable, and gives us much to look forward to for 2K16. But unless you're a passionate fan of the WWE or this series, it's probably safe to rent or skip this year.