In the end, the novelty of Hatsune Miku will defer to your fascination with the vocaloid sensation.
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By weaving history and a biracial lead, Hangar 13 succeeds in delivering a compelling narrative with set pieces that resonate as one of the best this year.
The Technomancer is a formidable recommendation to players searching for engrossing adventure and gameplay, despite its rough edges and odd technical eccentricities.
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KLAUS is ultimately intriguing enough to hold your attention, whether it be played through once, multiple times, or even as a speed run.
A refreshing take in the adventure game genre, there is a lot to appreciate in DONTNOD's handling of mature themes and emotional gravitas. In its finality, the journey is well worth experiencing.
A modern adventure game of its own accord, Life is Strange tackles its expository episode and succeeds in developing its own persona amongst its peers.