A great sequel aside from the tailing missions which still suck. It's tragic if it's really the last Judgment game.
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Far Cry still is the king of first-person open world shooters. Even if the bad guys aren't great this time and there's not that many innovations, the gameplay still is very enjoyable, especially in co-op.
An enjoyable old-school 3D-platformer that looks great and doesn't have annoying issues of its predecessors of old, like outdated mechanics or janky gameplay.
The best Life is Strange game to date and a big triumph for Deck Nine Games.
A new page in the history of Tales. A huge jump in quality compared to a previous game, but still as engaging as ever.
Very basic and formulaic co-op shooter which is too similar to what it tries to copy. Not the worst Aliens game, but not the best either.
After a first couple of boring hours Scarlet Nexus becomes better and better. It's obvious that this game didn't have an AAA budget but the developers did a great job by using it wisely.
A fun and engaging adventure with beautiful graphics. Basic gameplay, though, doesn't really bring anything new to the series.
A wonderful and engaging rogue-lite that always has surprises up its sleeve, despite not offering any big innovations or super original ideas.
Remaster NieR admires not as much as NieR: Automata, because of the ragged pace of storytelling. But it is still a good action with a wonderful plot, which benefited from improvements in the gameplay.