A lacking homage to decidedly better content.
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Loop Hero is an addictive and complex game that changes what it means to be on the grind. A few ambiguities hinder the experience, but that doesn’t stop it from being an overall innovative and fantastic game.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity fails to deliver any meaningful fantasy through its story or its gameplay.
Monster Camp embraces everything that made its predecessor so wildly charming.
You’ll play for the addicting bullet hell action but stay for complexities beneath its surface. Just don’t pull your hair out along the way.
Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time finds a comfortable place amongst the franchise’s finest.
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.