Travis Strikes Again is an oddity, to say the least. Sometimes, it can be a lot of fun, but at other times, it can be a repetitive drag. The characters and writing are fantastic, but the game’s tendency to flip between different gameplay styles makes its quality inconsistent.
Overall, PUBG is a fun battle royale that uses tension and planning to its advantage. This can often lead to long stretches of monotony, which will make even the most patient man squirm, but it feels worth it when you finally get towards the end of a round.
Spying on your neighbours and rummaging through their belongings has never been as fun and stressful as it is in Beholder: Complete Edition. The game has some minor blemishes when it comes to tasks and time limits, but the Complete Edition of Beholder is still an incredibly unique and enjoyable totalitarian experience.
If you haven’t played Rondo of Blood or Symphony of the Night, or want to get into the Castlevania series, or even if you just want to replay some classic masterpieces, Requiem is a great way to do so.
I haven’t played many games as subtly frightening as Call of Cthulhu, which mostly succeeds as a horror game and a thoroughly enjoyable story. Outside of some shoddy stealth segments and muddy visuals, Call of Cthulhu is a deep and enjoyably crazy ride on the Lovecraftian side.
It isn’t complex or ground-breaking, but My Hero: One’s Justice is a ton of over-the-top anime fighting fun. The abundance of single-player content and unlockables will keep players busy for quite some time, and the incredibly accurate visual style and fun gameplay make One’s Justice worth checking out.
Black Clover: Quartet Knights is a pretty average 3D anime fighter/action game that succeeds in some places and fails in others. Its skippy framerate and boring story may make it a tough sell for anyone who isn’t into Black Clover, but its controls and enjoyable gameplay firmly cement Quartet Knights’s place as an alright anime game.
No one can say that Fishing Sim World isn’t incredibly realistic. Unfortunately, this stalwart dedication to realism, alongside an abundance of bugs, makes the game a frustratingly slow slog that just inspires me to do some real fishing instead.
It may have a short, nonsensical story and amazingly poor voice-acting and writing, but Second Runner MARS looks great, is fun to play, and adequately fulfills every person’s fantasy of operating a giant robot suit in VR.
Marvel's Spider-Man completely understands both the character of Peter Parker, and what it is that makes a Spider-Man game fun. Though it has more than a few technical hiccups, Spider-Man is a fantastic action game that can only improve with future installments.