Bolstered by a supped up engine, Batman: The Telltale Series' first episode, "Realm of Shadows," is their strongest opening episode in years, and the most engaging take on the Caped Crusader in recent superhero adaptation history.
Like the base game, Fallout 4: Far Harbor excels past its issues with bugs and the crafting system with dynamic characters, wonderful world design, and genuine consequences and moral quandaries for players to navigate. A welcome righting of the ship for Fallout 4's DLC, and a bright indication of where Bethesda is going from here.
Qualms aside, Remedy's return to action gameplay with their refined narrative chops is a concoction that shouldn't be ignored. On the whole, Quantum Break is highly recommended - a welcome exclusive for the Xbox One and breath of fresh air in the AAA space.[Insert time pun here]
It isn't that Fallout 4: Automatron is short. If this was two/three very engaging hours, instead of 30-45 very good minutes following a thin first two thirds, it would be a different story. Those willing to create a new character will gain extra fulfillment, and the robot creation system is good fun, but Automatron feels like a scrap metal junkbot instead of a stand-alone, well-oiled machine.