This western RPG is truly out of this world. It’s perhaps the single most enjoyable game of its kind and succeeded were similar games have failed: to keep me hooked until the very end. It looks great, sounds fantastic and the writing had me grinning from ear to ear. If this is a forebode of things to come for Obisidian Entertainment: they now have my attention.
Just Dance 2020 has one of the best tracklists yet, amazing choreographies and flat-out stunning animations for both the dancers and the backgrounds. You don’t have to look much further if you’re searching for the perfect party game. You’d be hard-pressed not to have a great time with this game.
Brukel Game is a truly authentic experience, a digital museum of a certain moment in time, eternalizing the memories of a World War II survivor. And for that I applaud it. The game itself feels a bit dated and the experience is rather short-lived, but I can really recommend a playthrough. I believe the game should even earn itself a place in the history curriculum of Belgian schools and I would certainly not mind seeing more games like this being made.
Man of Medan is a thrilling introduction to this new anthology and while the buildup is somewhat slow and the ending was an anticlimax, everything in between was a treat and proves yet again that Supermassive has a good grip on the horror genre.
Meow Motors is a great racer if you’re looking for some good old arcade fun and aren’t looking to spend too much. It may not be purrfect, but you’re guaranteed to have a few hours of fun with it by yourself and it makes for a great local multiplayer experience to enjoy with your family and friends.