Despite all that, it’s easy to recommend the game because all the RPG elements and Towers of Time nonsense aside, it is a fantastic fighter at heart, albeit one that teases how it could’ve been better still.
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In a surprising turn of events, the one-time Xbox One exclusive cartoon shooter Cuphead has come to Nintendo Switch.
It’s stylish. It’s cool. It’s supremely fun, fluid and rewarding.
If you've played a Crackdown game before, then you'll know exactly what to expect from Crackdown 3.
A severe disappointment in a series that was previously going strong, and a sign that this version of Lara Croft might need to retire.
The Evil Within 2 feels like something of a departure from the first game, but also an extremely fitting follow-up.
Cuphead stands alone as one of the most satisfying, enjoyable and well-crafted video games of the year.
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Even with its issues, the game shines.
It's a personal, singular experience that everyone can take part in, and with all my heart, I hope you do.