Rico van As
At the end of the day, Persona 5 is an unmitigated blast. It unapologetically sticks to its style and pace, and you’ll ultimately grow to love or leave it for that. It does, however, offer a digital ton of content for both new and returning players to enjoy in a way that makes it well worth the price of admission.
Overall, Just Cause 4 is a fun game. I’ve enjoyed my time with it, but I can’t justify it at full price given that it displays a lot of noticeable inconsistency and that it feels like it’s toyed with new ideas, but ultimately failed to carve its own identity out of the franchise.
If you’re new to the platformer genre then this may be a good place to start, and if you’re looking for something akin to Super Meat Boy there will be something to be had here for you as well. Super Rude Bear Resurrection is a largely solid game, but at times it appears the developers tried too hard to usurp the Meat Boy throne and lost out on an opportunity to create something more unique and fulfilling in the process.