It foils its early potential by shifting focus from its avian star to a narrative and world that lack charm and excitement.
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Kingdom Hearts is still peerless; there’s really nothing else like it.
Spyro Reignited Trilogy is a tour of some of the platforming genre’s most important history and hopefully a sign of things to come.
As it stands, the game’s early comparisons to BioShock were far too kind, and I would not recommend We Happy Few to anyone.
It will satisfy fans of the genre, but if you weren’t convinced just by looking at the game’s title, Vampyr might be a tough sell.
I find it difficult to understand the intended market for a title that only really triumphs in its most basic components.
Quantic Dream has outdone itself and delivered another must-play PlayStation exclusive.
Detective Pikachu is a must play for Pokémon fans everywhere.
The game’s strong core mechanics and visual upgrades weren’t quite enough to distract me from reminders that this entry may have been where Burnout veered off course.
Polyarc’s Moss joins a small library of titles that are nearly essential for PlayStation VR owners.
At best, Past Cure plays like a prototype for a better and more focused game.
Dragon Ball FighterZ feels like a solid first draft ripe for expansion and refinement.