A great looking game, but its beauty is only skin deep.
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Gunfighting can become a key-mashing hassle, but otherwise it's a very enjoyable western adventure.
Fun in a simple, almost mindless way, the oceans of Windward are beautiful but not especially deep.
Stripped down to arcade basics, it's buggy, bland, and not much fun.
With bad A.I., design issues, and repetitive combat, what there is to enjoy in Hatred quickly fades to black.
Visually drab and a bit too taken with its own story, but otherwise a clever and fun exercise in creative problem-solving.
Occasionally punishing, but still a fun, time-bending, mind-rending platformer.
A solid survival horror experience unfortunately plagued by bugs and control issues.
Casual and silly yet still tense and exciting. It's a shame there's no online multiplayer.
Satisfying car combat and a beautiful wasteland mostly make up for repetitive melee combat and lackluster story.