A brilliant setting, new systems, and familiar features blend together for a strong prequel to the Assassin's Creed series.
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The turn-based combat isn't the best, but it's a delightfully written RPG absolutely packed with humor.
A stylish and creative adventure with a clever time-rewinding hook.
Attacking settlements, especially your own, is good fun, but there’s hours of chores to complete before you can really become a raider.
Relaxing exploration and some lovely scenery coupled with repetitive systems, frustrating menus, and a lack of real discovery.
A charming space sandbox that will keep you busy and entertained for hours.
A tense and spooky strategy roguelike that's as satisfying as it is harrowing.
A great setting, a good story, and more dialogue-based solutions than the base game provides.
Beautiful as you could ask for, especially in VR, but exhaustingly repetitive.