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Daniel Carreras's Reviews
A unique and charming puzzle game, The Pedestrian may not break any boundaries in the genre, but its charming gameplay and unique aesthetic elevates it against its rivals.
A faithful reproduction.
The questions it poses will come off as pretentious to some, but I found it to be an enlightening experience.
Q.U.B.E. 2 succeeds in improving upon the original in an iterative if not revolutionary way.
The Mind's Eclipse is a fantastic visual novel but a weak adventure game.
Avoid it like the plague.
Forza Motorsport 7 is a great addition to the Forza line-up, but while it does a lot right it's also gone into neutral or even reverse in a few instances.
Jettomero is undoubtedly a success overall. It's charming and original, with a great sense of style, but whether it's worth the price of entry for you will depend on just how much the concept and aesthetics personally appeal.
With an aesthetic which I hope and expect will be timeless, and a gameplay loop that's incredibly addictive and rewarding, Cuphead is justifiably the talk of the industry right now.
If you had told me last year that one of my favourite games of 2017 would involve Rabbids I would've called you crazy. How wrong I was - it turns out having a franchise as solid and polished as Mario does wonders to ground the humour of the childish Rabbids, and ensures this is one of the most downright enjoyable strategy games I've played in quite some time.
Subsurface Circular will assuredly not be for everyone, but it's a brilliant addition to Mike Bithell’s body of work.
The bugs and glitches betray its modern gaming background, but otherwise Sonic Mania is an absolute masterclass in how to rejuvenate an iconic series without either straying too far from its roots or essentially repeating a stale and tired formula.
Get Even is an ambitious game that unfortunately never manages to deliver on any of its potential.
If you’re a fan of the Tekken series, you’re bound to enjoy Tekken 7, but don't expect to want to play the game on your own as much as you would have in the series' glory days.
Tokyo 42 takes some of the best features from the original Grand Theft Auto and packages them up in a sublimely gorgeous aesthetic, resulting in one of the most visually pleasing indie games to release this year.
What it lacks in quantity it generally makes up for in quality and some good ideas, I just wish they been expanded upon and resulted in a more memorable experience, rather than a merely adequate one.
Little Nightmares is a delight to experience for the first time. So long as the obvious negatives aren't a deal-breaker for you then this a definite purchase for any Inside or Tim Burton fans out there.
Puyo Puyo Tetris is a love letter to strategic puzzle games the world over and just so happens to also be one of the best puzzle packages currently on the market.
Late Shift is a fun experiment that I'm glad I got to experience, and would encourage gamers and film-goers alike to give it a shot. It manages to suck you in enough that you want to see where your decisions take you, and successfully creates an experience which is fairly unique in both the worlds of cinema and gaming.
Yooka-Laylee doesn’t bring much new to the table and the nostalgia factor will only keep you engaged for so long.