Buy it if you have a PlayStation 4. If you don't, maybe it's time to consider getting one.
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Don't spend the $20 asking price, but consider it for a weekend jaunt if you can get a sale price on a four-pack.
The Wii U unexpectedly gets one of the best games of the year. Buy it.
If you can tolerate the aging hardware, pick it up to experience a flawed but interesting footnote on Black Flag's tested formula.
Grey Goo is definitely a throwback, albeit one with some compelling innovations. Those who remember the heyday of the RTS genre should get a kick out of it, while the unprepared may be scared away.
Worth a look for anyone seeking a unique, more grounded take on the adventure game.
A fun multiplayer distraction with a twist, if you've got the patience for some lackluster modes. Try it.
Avoid it until and unless they patch in a satisfying conclusion.
Until Dawn is entertaining in all the ways it needs to be, even if it isn't perfect in all the ways I'd like it to be. Try it, or wait for a discount.
Maiden of Black Water polishes an old formula almost perfectly, though the game itself isn't so polished in spots. Buy it anyway.