One of the most clever games of the year, tragically muddied for its abysmal performance on base current-gen consoles.
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A cold and uninspired action game that tries to make up for its lack of interest with really nice aesthetics.
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The Coalition takes Gears to new places, finally building on top of the superb foundations of Epic Games' action masterpiece.
Apart from an excellent action puzzle game, Catherine explores and questions masculinity in a few very interesting ways --that's why it's so disappointing that it never commits to its own findings.
A truly creative and intense hack and slash-RPG hybrid, with a magnificent combat system and sadly irregular exploration scenes.
A frustrating and completely pointless game, devoid of any meaning of reason to be, that breaks the good streak that the series was having with its last MachineGames' titles.
A decent yet dispassionate game that takes its creators' name (Square Enix's Tokyo RPG Factory) a little too far --it really looks like a game assembled in a factory.
An ambitious and exciting game in which deep strategy and human emotions clash.
Unambitious and anachronic, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 still manages to be a fairly decent arcade, fun and generous.