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Odd design decisions, slip-shod pacing, wonky gameplay and a bad story are just the beginning here.
Fall Guys is an absolute riot.
But at its worst, the game feels like a slave to the machine that is the open world genre.
Great puzzles prop up other interesting, unexplored ideas.
Rocket Arena offers some decent multiplayer action, but thin content and mechanics keep it from staying engagi...
A solid throwback to a simpler time.
Intelligent Systems finally nails the action-adventure formula.
Sucker Punch's open world epic overcomes some stumbles to bring the PS4 era to a respectable close.
Finish the fight. Again.
SAO: Alicization Lycaris offers a strong core, but it’s wrapped in strange choices and clunky designs.
Living up to its name in every imaginable way.
Death Stranding is still an acquired taste, but on PC, it's more technically impressive than ever before.
Diminishing returns kick in, hard.
NASCAR Heat 5 may not be revolutionary, but it’s a solid and enjoyable racing simulation.
A complex RPG nestled within a layered metagame.
One of the best racing sims in recent memory.
Simulating the hunt but missing the mark.
There’s some appeal here for enthusiasts of the sport, but some faulty design and dated production hold the ...
Naughty Dog have delivered their most brutal, affecting, and profound story to date.
Stealth and tactical strategy outweigh some frustrating inconsistencies.