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.
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19 years in the making, Rune II comes as a massive disappointment to fans of the original.
30+ new minigames inspired by real events with wildly varying results.
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A permadeath game with tangible progression, delightful characters and dialogue, and satisfying combat, RAD is yet another win for Double Fine.
If only Caligari could travel back in time and tell themselves that perhaps a gimmick does not a game make. Until then, this game is far from great.