Children of Arkham does a great job at building and expanding the characters, while also developing not only the plot against Gotham but also the Wayne family storyline. There’s a major reveal near the episode’s conclusion that is going to have serious repercussions for Bruce Wayne, and it’ll be interesting to see how both the public and Bruce react to the revelation.
Realm of Shadows is a great first episode in what is sure to be some of Telltale’s finest work. The presentation is both familiar and unique, with a strong comic book vibe that takes clear inspiration from Nolan’s trilogy (particularly in the music department). If you’re a fan of Telltale’s previous work, you’ll find plenty to enjoy in their latest offering.
Mirror's Edge Catalyst has some great concepts going for it that are ultimately being held back by technical issues. I can't help but feel these could have been worked out. With no real multiplayer component, the single player experience needs to be wholly satisfying. Unfortunately, this game is way more frustrating than fun.
After the long wait, Rainbow Six Siege half-delivers. The gameplay is tense and satisfying, but its multiplayer-centric offering and pay-to-win setup is disappointing. If you're into solo narrative experiences, move right along. If you're into hyper-competitive tactical PvP, this is the game for you.
Tom Clancy's The Division isn't the game I was hoping it would be. Ubisoft set its sights high with this game, but unfortunately came up short. There's still plenty of fun to be had taking back New York, but I have a hard time seeing it holding players' attention when newer games start to come out. I was hoping The Division would be a game I would go back to again and again, but ultimately, it just made me miss playing Destiny.