Slasher movies may not instill adrenaline or fear in me, but Last Year: The Nightmare proves that with a shift in medium, the formula can work for even a cynical heart like mine.
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Monster Hunter: World finally arrives on PC with an excellent port that was well worth the extra development time.
Vampyr is ambitious for sure, but with ambition comes risk, and unfortunately, here it provides very little in the way of rewards.
Shadow Of The Colossus is a magnificent game with an atmosphere that becomes all the more intoxicating the longer you breath it in.
World Of Final Fantasy makes its way onto PC, but stumbles a bit in the process.
Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony will test your patience in more ways than one, and rarely does so for good reason.
A fantastic jumping on point for newcomers and appealing to long time fans as well. Prepare for a night on the town with Kamurocho's finest.
Cosmic Star Heroine is a fun space adventure and throwback to the 16 Bit era of JRPGs while also bringing enough unique ideas to stand all on its own.
This experimental final look into the world of Dark Souls is fascinating, but also comes with a few critical missteps.
A thoroughly engaging action platformer from start to finish that is sure to appeal to anyone with even a passing interest in the genre.
Yakuza 0 excels in all that it sets out to do and may well be on its way to becoming a modern classic.
Ashes of Ariandel is a fine addition to Dark Souls 3, but does not strive far beyond simply being anything more than just adequate.
Dragon Quest Builders is a wonderful concoction of open world creation tools with RPG elements sprinkled throughout. It is sure to appeal to fans of Dragon Quest, building games, and newcomers alike.
Dark Souls 3 is a successful mechanical and thematic culmination of this beloved series, and while its console version isn't quite as smooth or pretty, it still generally performs admirably and remains a joy to play.