THQ has just declared open warfare on the likes of Blizzard, Runic Games, and the other ARPG big dogs.
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An amazing portrayal of real-life zookeepers at work, with all their dedication and accomplishments on full display for all to see.
Despite notionally being a remake of Yellow, Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! is actually packed full of new features and quality of life improvements.
Super Mario Party is like comfort food on a cold rainy Friday.
This intentionally slow, character development-centered, and fluid piece of art is worthy of admiration.
I found it to be frustrating bordering on the maddening, inaccessible, and unenjoyable.
It's not a masterpiece by any means but it's a firm step in the right direction for Mario sports games.
The reality is not many games are going to capture that nostalgic magic like Shovel Knight did, and this is a decent if unexceptional attempt at doing so.
This would have been a step forward… had it launched a decade ago.
About as empty as a lost bottle found at sea.
It deserves to be in an art museum, where it would fare much better and receive more acclaim.
An incredible game; one you're unlikely to forget thanks to its heavy hitting tones and the absolute resolve of its protagonist who never gives in to the temptation of apathy and despair.
If you enjoy exploring for the sake of exploring then you'll likely enjoy your time with the game, but otherwise this is a title to pass on and never look back at.
Shiftlings succeeds more often than it fails at what it sets out to do, which is be a simple, relaxing, and funny game that one can pick up and enjoy.