There’s nothing that elevates it above its competition.
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The spark and creativity that made the original Gamecube title something of a cult classic is here somewhere, but it has been buried underneath an increasingly large pile of gameplay annoyances and mechanics that add options without depth.
The first episode of Song of Horror is a genuinely unnerving experience, but ultimately fails to really find its footing as a game.
Tangible improvements over both Fates and Echoes.
Not showing up anybody.
For a trilogy that’s been ported so often, very little has been done to address the niggles that do exist, and that’s a shame.
An old school fun, engrossing, and incredibly deep action game.
If you don’t already like hack and slash titles, and the Darksiders series specifically, this third installment certainly won’t make you a fan.
Fallout 76 is one of the most lifeless games the company has ever produced.
There is no amount of enjoyment to be extracted from this experience.