Just go play Crackdown 1 again.
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Forza Horizon 4's connected world and seasonal weather help make what's otherwise a very familiar-feeling experience feel fresh one more time.
Far Cry 5's story is a real let-down, but the action still makes for a solid co-op experience.
There are some elements around the edges that haven't aged all that well, but Burnout Paradise is still a fantastic racing game.
Metal Gear Survive is both a bad survival game and a bad Metal Gear game.
This rollercoaster ride of a turn-based strategy game starts out almost impossibly strong, but by the end I mostly wished it'd been over three hours earlier.
Call of Duty's return to World War II looks great, but feels flat and uninspired from start to finish.
The long list of options available in Injustice 2 means that players of all skill levels should be able to find something exciting to do.
If you're the sort of person who just wants to mindlessly shoot through co-op games with a chatty group of friends, Wildlands is fine for that. Anyone else should probably look elsewhere.
All in all, it's a great game, it's Guerrilla's strongest release to date, and I suspect I'll go back in after the fact to clean up whatever side quests and errands I have remaining, if only to spend a little more time in that world.
This Legacy Edition package contains the most Call of Duty Activision's ever compiled, but the quality of each individual piece is so all over the map that it's still hard to recommend.
Titanfall 2 goes for feel above all else, and it feels fantastic.
Gears of War 4 is a good reminder of why Gears of War was so cool in the first place.
Horizon 3 doesn't make dramatic changes to the formula, meaning it's a beautiful and pleasant experience that's best experienced at a somewhat leisurely pace.
Adam Jensen's return is largely successful, even if the conspiracy surrounding him could've been a little more engaging.
Quantum Break is an ambitious experience, but neither the video game nor the live-action sides of this time travel story come together in a satisfactory way.
The side content is too repetitive, but The Division's main content and exciting multiplayer component stand out and make this thing worth seeing, provided you've got some like-minded friends around.
Superhot is an intense and thrilling blend of action and puzzle with a solid bit of narrative to tie its murderous mysteries together into something worth seeing.
Far Cry: Primal feels like one long, optional side mission.
You'd think a game with this many modes and features would be more exciting than it is.