The makings for a fun game are there, it just needs a lot more work before it gets there.
If The Technomancer were more unique, many of its flaws could have been overlooked, but with so many similar games available at better prices it's hard to recommend what ultimately feels like a budget RPG.
Breached falters and is unable to take complete advantage of an intriguing premise and gameplay ideas.
From the new content, to the new species of enemies, to the sprawling, vibrantly colorful world of Toussaint, Blood & Wine is the exemplar of DLC.
The Following is the type of DLC/expansion that should be industry standard. Its additions to story and gameplay, as well as the tweaking of bugs and glitches from the main game, combine to form a truly entertaining expansion.
There's definitely fun to be had, especially with a couple of friends, but it never manages to get over the mediocre hump of repetition.
It may not be the best game in the series but it's a nice change of pace from the shooting-filled entries we've received in recent years, even if it is another re-release.
If anyone thought that Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5 was going to be any good they were wearing some serious nostalgia glasses. The E3 reveal was downright awful, and the game hasn't improved much since.
If you're a fan of Metroidvanias then Xeodrifter hits all of the right notes, even if it's a bit simple and can be completed in less than an hour.
Even with a forgettable plot and tacked-on versus multiplayer mode, Dying Light is still a solid open world experience that will satisfy any zombie enthusiast for well over 20 hours.
Do yourself a favor and pick-up Evolve at some point; you won't regret it.
Shadow of Mordor more than qualifies as being one of the most polished and entertaining games to ever bear the Tolkien namesake.
Sacred 3 is certainly bug free, but it's also free of the core mechanics that made the previous games fun to play.
Unless you're a fan of the Blue Estate comic and want to see some new, original stories, it's hard to recommend this on-rails shooter for its full price.
There are some new issues with the camera and its unfortunate tendency to trap you in an infinite death loop while playing co-op, and the general simplicity of the game and limited innovations to the gameplay will put off some, but LEGO The Hobbit is definitely fun to play.
An old school RPG with a modern twist, filled with customization options and an intuitive battle system that never gets dull.
It was a long time coming, but NIDHOGG doesn't fail to impress, even after four years of waiting.
While series enthusiasts might find Batman and his utility belt a bit lacking due to the absence of certain gadgets and the lack of a proper leveling system, the item based progression and good amount of upgrades for Batman's gadgets, suit, and gauntlets do just about enough to make up for it during the 10-11 hour main story.
Outlast is a shining example of the horror genre.
I hope you're ready to once again explore Seattle's futuristic slums, for Shadowrun Returns is definitely a return to form after the basterdized "revival" of 2007.