At the moment, however, we just can't recommend Vanquish: The Adventures of Lady Exton. The game's art and music gave us a great first impression, but sadly as the game wore on, our excitement rapidly wore off. A better, more involved story, along with a rewarding rather than punishing difficulty curve could go a long way in improving the game.
Overall, MXGP3 is a game that will please hardcore Motocross fans who want a simulation racing game. It's almost hostile towards new players or those who don't follow Motocross, but if you take the time to learn how to play, then the game does reward you.
If you are going to be playing Don Bradman Cricket 17, you'll do so because it's a genuinely challenging cricket game. There are plenty of game modes to keep you engaged. You can start a player's career and defend like your life depends on it in a test match or start a five-over game and try to smash every ball for a six. There's enough variety here to keep you hooked for quite some time.
The game still has a fair few bugs and an awkward story-based progression mechanism, concerns that should have been ironed out with its retail release. This game is essentially about building Lego wonders and we enjoyed it the most when we totally ignored the storyline. But if that's the kind of experience you're looking for, Minecraft is still the more polished alternative.
Overall, Everybody's Golf is a fun game that pretty much everyone will enjoy. If you are going to be playing this, play with your friends locally or online for a fantastic experience. The single-player mode becomes a grind rather quickly and the game could use a few more courses to avoid feeling repetitive.
We have to admit That's You! a pretty fun game. You get to use your big screen as a board and a pleasant narrator keeps things interesting. This game isn't a must-have for everyone, but it's nice to have for your family get-togethers or parties with friends.
Overall, The Sexy Brutale was a pretty enjoyable puzzle game. It reminded us of good point-and-click adventure titles of yore through a combination of a neatly executed story and the challenging puzzles. We wish the game had a little bit of hand-holding for newcomers, but experienced players are sure to love it.