Little Nightmares is a fascinating and wondrous little game that manages to tell a story without using words, reach the uncanny with a cartoonish style, and make a platformer into a horror experience. It's fun, imaginative, and at times terrifying. It was well worth every moment spent playing. Its flaws are rare, but make brief sections of the game tedious and frustrating. Overall, Little Nightmares is an extraordinary game.
Vikings: Wolves of Midgard is a recommendable dungeon crawler, with fun and interesting enemies, a wide but not overwhelming array of player abilities, and an engaging combat system that demands that players remain on their toes and think carefully about what abilities to use and when. However, a few technical issues, and a repetitive structure prevent the game from being something for players to return to after they’ve completed the main story.
Day of Infamy delivers an excellent product for a narrow field. It is an easy sell for fans of tactical shooters, and anyone interested in WWII era games. However, the game is not friendly towards casual gamers, and players who are unfamiliar with the genre will find Day of Infamy a frustrating and slow experience.
WRC 6 is a product for a very narrow base. Fans of the World Rally Championship who are looking for a faithful re-creation of real world tracks and cars will find that here, but outside audiences, even within the world of rally racing video games will find that WRC 6 offers little beyond its core experience to retain players past a few hours of gameplay.