Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time finds a comfortable place amongst the franchise’s finest.
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AWE feels less like the beginning of some grand interconnected universe and more like a tacked-on reference to Remedy’s previous work.
A great stepping stone into a difficult genre.
Appetizing gameplay and hilarious themes make for a tasty meal.
Hellbound is more imitation than inspiration. Lacking in originality and flair with merely passable gameplay, it makes us wonder why we shouldn’t just play Doom.
A basic 3-D puzzler that grows stale despite a relatively short playtime.
Less-than-decent gameplay nearly spoils a quality narrative.
The Suicide of Rachel Foster doesn’t try to hide its muse. Anybody who has seen Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 hit classic, The Shining, will certainly see similarities between both properties’ settings and pieces.
More of Remedy’s fantastic worldbuilding with some combat hiccups.
Ori and the Will of the Wisps maintains the same compelling ethos as its prequel. Major changes to the series most tedious and most unique are for better and for worst.