One of the Switch’s smartest and most adorable puzzlers to date, no matter its occasional frustrations.
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare overcomes some questionable design choices to deliver a densely-packed, slickly addictive military shooter.
Certainly a worthwhile successor to Night School’s debut, if hardly the leap to a higher echelon some may be hoping for.
A shameful disaster which fits only the loosest standards of "fit for sale."
For a video game based on a movie – and a VR one no less – Groundhog Day: Like Father, Like Son should do enough to please fans, even if its neat concept feels a little under-developed in places.
Gears 5 doesn’t reinvent the wheel of this formula-keen franchise, but nevertheless makes baby steps towards something a little more adventurous.
Catherine: Full Body is an indelicate yet thoughtful game, a messy and at-times eyebrow-raising precis on gender and relationships, but a unique and worthwhile experience all the same.
Defector does feel a bit like a skeletal VR tech demo rather than a fully-formed project, and that is what above all else separates it from the decidedly more sturdy, intuitive and entertaining Blood & Truth.
Though some of the novelty has worn off, Vacation Simulator serves up another charmingly off-kilter VR quirk-fest.
My Friend Pedro doesn’t reinvent the wheel, but its big success is taking a genre known for its punishing difficulty and paring things down at the lower end.