My Beautiful Paper Smile's disturbing hand-drawn imagery and style can't overcome its underwhelming narrative and brief playtime.
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Mosaic is a bleak and surrealist game that, though brief, tells a captivating story about human connection.
Tokyo Ghoul faithfully adapts the manga, revealing that the convoluted story makes for a fun, if barebones, game that likely won't find new fans.
19 years in the making, Rune II comes as a massive disappointment to fans of the original.