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.
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Despite its technical problems, Dex is still an easy game to recommend.
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Despite its inferior controls, Lara Croft GO on PlayStation is still a very pleasant experience.
The Bunker's professional production and compellingly told story make it an extremely engaging experience despite its low level of player interaction.
Despite its rough edges (and it does have quite a lot), Valley is still a very worthwhile experience.
Despite its paucity of modes, Disc Jam is still incredibly addictive and fun to play.
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Metrico+ won't appeal to everyone's taste.
Other than that, there isn't a lot to fault Emily Wants To Play for.
The Amnesia Collection is a mixed bag.
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How to Survive 2 expands on the ideas of its predecessor with mixed results.
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With only four chapters, Perception is a short game that doesn't justify its launch price.
Chambara easily succeeds in its goal to be a fun couch multiplayer game.
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