Nom Nom Galaxy certainly isn't perfect, but it's hard to be too disappointed in a game that is so adept in two areas I'm particularly fond of in gaming - crafting and base building.
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I can't help but wish there was more content for the price of entry, but it's a unique experience that most gamers should at least consider trying out.
It introduces enough twists to the established gameplay formula to make it feel fresh again, and will turn a sword and board turtle into a bloodthirsty, dual blade wielding madman.
If Citizens of Earth were a tighter experience I think I could recommend it without reservation, lacklustre character development and all.
LittleBigPlanet 3 doesn't quite live up to the legacy of previous iterations due to a handful of key drawbacks.
If nothing else the IP represents an interesting attempt to turn a brilliant tech demo into a full game and it's certainly unlike anything I've ever played before.
Trials Fusion is a fun game for a first timer like myself but I can't help but think there was a near-perfect formula that has been overly tinkered with before I got here.
It's a fun and unique take on the genre that fans should definitely give a shot at to judge for themselves.
The gunplay is uninspired and the multiplayer has been detrimentally cut down, but the presentation is truly something to behold for console gamers.
It's a great game that only really suffers from not featuring enough levels.