Koi is at its best in the brief interludes between fish and flower, when you're simply inside this environment doing what fish do best. That's where the gameplay and small environments rip you from the edge of tranquility to be ushered into the next area, and also where this experience falters heavily.
Yeah, Hitman is back with a more stealth-balanced system, but this being an episodic experience seems to have IO Interactive stuck now without a real story or reason for players to come back. Still, there is fun to be had in the various killing approaches and Agent 47's slightly different approach to acquiring said opportunities.
Going exactly as far as the gameplay takes you, The Division hands you a New York you've seen before with enough extras to keep your eyes entertained, for better or worse, along the lengthy journey. Cover-to-cover gunplay forces you to get the drop on a small roster of enemies that, nevertheless, you should enjoy mowing down for hours on end on the strong back of the Dark Zone's originality and the many ways to build up your toxic avenger.
Vault of the Traveler brings a proper close to the first Tales From the Borderlands season, and should signal the end of Telltale's failing game engine.
Without much time, Escape Plan Bravo brings plenty of smiles and sets up grudges to be settled in the series finale.
While this episode is certainly worth the effort, chugging through buggy sections with long loading screens puts the grinding brake pads to a lot of series enthusiasm.