Two Point Hospital shines with clever humor and a successful simulation flow - with deductions in the B-grade.
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The evolution simulator offers a lively, original world, but grind and half-baked ideas leave a bland aftertaste.
A typical licensed title with quirks and sluggish game elements that can stay afloat thanks to some emotional moments.
A fun racing game snack for in between, but suffers from currency grind and strange levels of difficulty
Repetitive fights, unfinished story, hardly any challenges: Anyone looking for an indie God-of-War will definitely not find it at Fimbul.
The Rally Cup goes back to Codemasters - thanks to a realistic atmosphere, a nice look and a crisp simulation claim.
In Minit, retro Zelda charm meets a world as sweet as it is strange, with more and more incentive to discover, minute by minute.
Subnautica turns out to be a true hit, only the occasional grind cuts the groud under its feet a little bit.
Dull sexism, catastrophic controls, alibi tuning: Racing fans should take a big turn around Super Street: The Game.
Who endures crafting tricks and small quirks, gets with We Happy Few great characters and a great story, which is thoughtful.
The technically musty Left-4-Dead clone is whimsy with the right team, but tries hard.
A small, technically not quite dewy masterpiece: Vampyr is multi-layered, atmospheric and exciting to the last drop.
Fanciful gameplay meets philosophical discoure - Everything is a small masterpiece in spite of its rocky start.
The amazingly beautiful history lesson about medieval northern europe manages to mask its longueurs with challenging battles and lots of research work.
She Remembered Caterpillars' vague story sabotages an otherwise well thought out game idea.
The interesting theme suffers from the boring and oversimplified presentation. Not even the retro charm makes up for that.
In Tyranny, concepts like good and evil only work on first glance. That makes it one of the most interesting RPGs of 2016.
The style is exquisitely over the top and the gameplay pleasantly simple. Lichtspeer shows little mercy to inexperienced players, but the glaringly colorful absurdity more than makes up for it.
Players willing to take a chance with No Man's Sky will experience a breathtaking world whose history you have to write yourself.
Every new run sees the narrator bring up more amusing anecdotes and the pop culture references to other games and movies are so bountiful and well placed that they made me crack a smile again and again.