Disgracing the name of Alone In The Dark is just one of the many crimes committed in this hatefully frustrating, and patently unfinished, survival horror.
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It's almost impressive that the bottom of the barrel has been established this early on in the Xbox One's career, but that's the only achievement of note for this wretchedly awful racer.
A bad game and a very poor start for next generation Kinect games, even if there is still some small cause for optimism beneath the bland fighting action.
More Godzooky than Godzilla, this is not only a terrible game but a technically inept one – that can't even make stepping on tanks seem like fun.
A terrible video game and still a terrible attempt at simulating owning a farm, with unbearably boring and bug-ridden gameplay.
Mixing Tower Defense, third person action, and beloved '80s toys should've been a recipe for success, but this bland sequel doesn't do justice to any of its ideas.
It should be impossible to make a mix of zombies and scantily-clad samurai bimbos this boring but that's the one and only accomplishment of this brain-dead button-masher.
A hugely disappointing follow-up for To The Moon, whose trite and overly sentimental story feels long at just 60 minutes.
There's a kernel of an interesting idea here but it's so grossly underdeveloped that not even the involvement of Neil Gaiman, and a respected developer, can save it.
It seems very unfair to suddenly thrust such a dated game back into the limelight, but it ready would've been better if Putty Squad had stayed in retirement.
The least hand-crafted horror game ever, whose legion of design missteps and tepid scares make the worst of an already clichéd set-up.
A Frankenstein's monster of other people's ideas, that if not for the sleazy script would be laughable in its desperation to include every fantasy cliché imaginable.
A game where sadly the idea is a lot better than the execution, especially given the low budget visuals and mediocre script.
Manga and anime fans will no doubt get some pleasure out of the game's endless array of cameos, but viewed on its merits as a fighting game this is a clear defeat.
The weapon-crafting is great but given the manipulative microtransactions this free-to-play shooter is not worth your time, let alone your money.
Despite the outrageous plot and bizarre weapons this is a disappointingly mundane expansion beneath all the silliness, and one that addresses none of the parent game's failings.
It looks like EarthBound, and to a degree it plays like EarthBound, but this has none of the charm or character of the SNES classic – and considerably worse combat.
Almost exactly the same features as Dynasty Warriors 7 Empires, and although it's still more entertaining than the main game the lack of effort put in is downright insulting.
A disappointing spin-off from the excellent mainline games, and although the script is as sharp as ever the move into action game territory just does not work.
The most peculiar HD remaster so far, that offers no obvious reason for its existence or why the original was though worthy of resurrection.