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Going in solo is like serving time in the stockade, but buddy up and hitting terra firma is a hell of a ride.
Your city is everything in Colossal Order's well developed building simulator.
A definite misstep.
Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more.
Poor storytelling and clunky camera drags down White Night's promising concept.
When I was a kid, they told us we could be either cops or criminals…
Death and danger lurk around every corner of Yharnam.
As antiquated as the war it's based on, Bladestorm is mostly a nightmare to play.
GRIN's adaptation of Red Riding Hood is unfinished at best and agonizing at worst.
An absolute gem.
Come on, Dead or Alive. You’re better than this.
Linearity holds back République Remastered from reaching greatness.
Screamride's short bursts of pick up and play appeal will have plenty of fans.
Cryin’ tears of joy.
Do you still like hurting other people?
A terrible fate.
Atelier Shallie: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea delivers on a narrative that's both wondrous and immersive.
Nazi zombies return to little fanfare in Rebellion's port.
Even Genghis Khan would think twice before visiting this empire.