Tarsier returns with another slice of horror that's just about glorious enough to make up for the frustrations.
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Bloober Team goes back to the classics for possibly its best effort yet.
Playful and wholesome and stuffed with adorable creatures.
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Sumo Digital takes Sackboy for a breezy delight of an adventure.
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A likeable campaign can't make up for unexciting design.
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