An outstanding game that offers more and better in every aspect of it, making Gears 5 one of the biggest first party games ever released on an Xbox console.
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A good but not great beginning for an Anthology series that sets the basics for its horror proposal, but still has to refine its gameplay to be as fun as its story.
There are small edges that could be polished, such as the low number of enemies, certain lows in the rhythm of the game and some pulls in the rate of images per second, but it is the least when it comes to facing this adventure.
A game that will be appealing just for anime fans due to some gameplay issues and a bad pacing at his storytelling. Having only 10 fighters doesn't helps a lot with that.
A superheroic beat'em up that may have been better with a more complex fighting mechanics or a bit more of ambition throughout the whole proposal, although it manages to be fun for a while.
A fine shooter that does great great a few things, while not trying to do anything new. It doesn't lasts long, but is extremely funny while it lasts.
One fin attempt to renew our passion for Forza Horizon 4 and a great way of atracting new drivers to this world despite sometimes we miss an extra polish on some layer of its proposal.
One of the most interesting VR games on PlayStation VR. An inmersive action experience in the veins of Guy Ritchie's movies that will please all those who seek an interesting FPS in VR.
A nice racing game that pivots around the team idea bringing something new to the genre, but leaving some of the things that made previous Sonic race games special.
An interesting premisal that becomes less and less interesting while you advanced in this 4-5 hours horror adventure, that doesn't excels at anything.