A pleasant surprise for those who enjoy multiplayer battles and the twin-stick shooters with a simplified MOBA style.
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A pleasant diversion in horror style for Lara Croft's fans, although between locations already seen and a too modest difficulty.
A good FPS with MOBA elements that can be enjoyed especially in multiplayer, although more on the PvP side than PvE.
If it wasn't for the bugs and the awful graphical optimization, Homefront: The Revolution certainly would deserve more and it's one of the rare cases in which a sequel is better than the predecessor.
Dead Island and the expansion Riptide are good examples of how to combine RPG, action, survival horror, splatter and exploration with solid gameplay mechanics, especially in the combat system area.
Exploration, survival, crafting, puzzles. In The Solus Project none of these elements touches heights of excellence, but otherwise the game is not bad at all.
A Director's Cut which adds little to a title anything but perfect, although definitely recommended to those looking for a little bit different zombie game.
A very ambitious action-RPG in The Witcher style, which sometimes convinces but in other aspects is still a bit immature.
Finally a game in VR which shows that the third person is ideal for virtual reality, even if in the end it's almost all talk and no action.
The Carmageddon: Max Damage formula is always the same, but with a mediocre technical sector and obnoxious controls the game is just average.