When looking at #KillAllZombies as nothing but a time waster, the game stands up as "ok." If you have 10 or 15 minutes to spare and want to play a video game but don't have time to really become immersed into a game's world, there are worse choices out there. The problem is, the complete lack of story and lack of maps makes this title feel pretty shallow.
Season one of Game of Thrones is a decent experience but all the problems that plague other Telltale games, including clunky combat functions are there along with a bitter taste in wrapping up the finale. The story leading up to that bitter taste though, is quite fun.
Dark Souls 2on the PS4 is as close to perfect as any game I've played this year. The game is beautiful and the mechanics are easy. The only thing that ever got to me was when I'd end up wandering around, trying to find the way to move forward. But I'm pretty sure that was intentional on From Software's part.
The game brings something we haven't seen all that much, but it doesn't bring it in a way that makes you want to play the game hour after hour. When taken in small doses, White Night can actually bring a couple of scares and jumps but not enough of it to be among the best on the market.