All in all, Syndrome is a buggy, frustrating mess that doesn't make the slightest effort to be original.
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Other than those couple of points, I'm really struggling to say anything positive.
The fact that it's still fun to play over two decades after its initial release is a testament to Windjammers' quality base mechanics.
Observer crafts an intriguing and richly detailed futuristic world but it's let down by awful performance issues as well as some drawn-out and tedious segments.
Circuit Breakers manages to recapture some tropes of classic twin-stick shooters but sadly their fun factor wasn't one of them.
Even at its budget price, Leaving Lyndow doesn't offer enough content to make it worth buying.
Overall, Aven Colony is easy to recommend partly because there's so little else like it on console but also because it's an excellent and engrossing example of the genre.
As expected, Nex Machina is another exhilarating piece of dual-stick shooting fun from Housemarque.
With only four chapters, Perception is a short game that doesn't justify its launch price.
Aside from its new Battleground modes and Warden class, the bulk of Morrowind is essentially just more Elder Scrolls Online with little new added to the formula.