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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.
I would be remiss in not recommending The Spectrum Retreat if you’re a fan of Portal-esque puzzle solving.
If you’re looking for a turn based JRPG to play through, there are far better options out there that provide more variety for your dollar.
Given that it’s a remastering, it probably won’t take too long for a cost reduction, and closer to $20 feels much more reasonable given what’s presented here.
Yesterday Origins fails to escape many of the flaws of its genre, and doesn’t do enough with its story or characters to tolerate those issues.
You will almost assuredly find enough content and fun hack and slash action to justify a full priced title, even if it's not the absolute best Nintendo Warriors has to offer.
In need of a tune up.
This is very much Devil May Cry 1, 2, and 3, with pretty much all the good and bad that came with the original titles.
Bleed 2 only costs $10 as of the time of writing, but even a price point discounted that heavily is a bit difficult to justify given the lack of original content.