'Need for Speed Unbound' is what we all needed. Like a throwback to the older NFS games. Unbound says, 'Hey, I'm really just here to have a damn good time,' and hands you the keys.
'Hot Wheels Unleashed' handles like a dream for toy cars.
Running around taking down the undead, racing through the streets, and mowing down creatures is honestly all you could ask.
It's a game that will make your life a living hell but in a way that's addicting and forever challenging. Cuphead is a damn good time.
Fae Tactics is a solid game, delivering players a fun, thoughtful adventure with enough unique combat and visuals to justify spending time with it.
I Dracula: Genesis is a game that knows what it is. Even with all the clutter is a good game. It's not a groundbreaking game, and it can get in the way of itself at times, but overall it's a fun time.
‘NHL 22’ really takes a big stride forward in the franchise. Having it on a PS5 is a big part of what makes the difference in some ways. The haptic feedback really gives the game another level. NHL games have gotten stale in years past (15-18 come to mind in some ways). Over the past few releases, EA Vancouver has taken it to newer heights and this is a leap in a great direction. I haven’t been this excited to try and run a franchise into the ground because I have no idea what I am doing, or go pro and take on the greats for the cup.
I just wanted to keep going and going. It was fun to go through and just destroy the monsters and find what lay in the next room Curse of the Dead Gods isn’t a perfect game, but it’s a fun game that is really worth the time.
Overall, this is a game that is made for its fans and crowd.
There are times where its hard to understand and figure out, but that’s OK. It’s a really good game to get you into the genre.
Enoch and the atmosphere there is this creepy, crawly, gross feeling place, but it keeps you coming back to battle forward.
Project Wingman is a wonderful flight game. If you're looking to get your wings, but Flight Sim is way out of your realm, this is the next best thing. The story is forgettable through a lot of the game, but that isn't the full selling point really.
'GRID Legends' is a damn fun simcade racing game.
If you’re a newcomer or someone who has been engulfed into the franchise for a while you’re going to enjoy it.
Moons of Madness suffers from itself in many ways.
It becomes addicting and enticing to anyone. Even someone like me who struggles with in-game strategy.
'It's a little quirky and odd. That's what makes it special though.'
Overall, RIDE 4 was my first attempt at getting my toes wet for motorcycles both in general and racing wise. While excited going into this new world, I found myself uninterested and not entertained. Most racing games really bring me in and keep me there technically. As someone who works with their hands a lot and wants to know how things work/make them go faster, racing games really get me going. Herewith RIDE 4, I didn’t really fill that. It felt lackluster and just kind of plain.
It's a moving and relatable narrative that allows you inside our protagonist's life and personal experiences of her subconscious. It's a damn good game.
'F1 2021' continues to grow on what 2020 built. It's a technical, story driver, fast, and fun ride. It's a continuation into a franchise that has become what any F1 fan, or honestly racing fan in general has been wanting for years.