A showcase of strong open and non-linear narrative —but also a lesson on the importance of prioritizing.
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Despite its good intentions, Sea of Solitude ultimately is a hodgepodge of cliches that fail to capture any meaningful feeling.
An ode to creativity, Dragon Quest Builders 2 is a game that encourages us to be better people.
A short and brilliant comedy about a doctor in XVI century England that uses astrology to diagnose his patients.
This third episode is as contemporary and fresh as the first one, Roads, and also as heartfelt and subtle as the second, Rules.
Back to Bed is a game crafted with care that sometimes gives the impression of wanting to drown you in references to painting, more than wanting to surprise you with original levels or ideas.
SteamWorld Quest works because it prioritizes the things that are truly important.
Yuppie Psycho is a solid game, well written and full of references and mysteries for lovers of the horror genre.
It's impossible to not think about how the puzzle genre has been refined in the three years between the game's original release and the Nintendo Switch port.
Yoshi's first Switch game is as beautiful, fun and complete as we expected. A feel-good game that will convince most gamers.