Likable characters, exciting battle mechanics, and interesting colorful locales kept me engaged throughout my roughly 25 hours with the game. It doesn't set a new bar in any of its many disciplines but it's clear a lot of care and love has gone into Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom and the team at Enigami should be proud of what they've accomplished. They've built a solid little budget RPG.
Framerate hiccups, a few glitches and seemingly missing audio still rear their ugly head occasionally but certainly aren’t game breaking.
It’s been a fun and intense journey guiding Bruce and Bats over the course of Telltale’s first season of Batman.
Rime is thoughtful, intelligently designed, and satisfyingly accomplishes the emotional experience it strives to deliver. It's Journey meets The Last Guardian, and while individual elements of Rime feel familiar at times, the way they're combined make for a unique and memorable experience.