A slightly messy first-person shooter lifted by some excellent weapons and a gorgeous art style.
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A packed, rewarding, and frequently thrilling looter shooter that should have a bright future.
A fun relic of the early PS2 days that I still like a lot, but slightly too dated for most players to enjoy.
An odd hybrid of life sim and puzzle game where both flawed halves somehow work well together.
A smart expansion that probably won't be for everybody—but the right player will love it.
At last: royalty I feel emotionally invested in! Reigns: Her Majesty is a smart and surprising extension of the original swipe-'em narrative game.
The New Colossus is a fun and frantic FPS, even if it doesn't feel quite as fresh as The New Order did.
Perception offers a decent set of horror stories, but exploring this house gets dull pretty quickly.
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An okay platformer but a deeply imaginative horror game, Little Nightmares is worth playing for its array of disturbing imagery.
Catalyst is as close to a definitive version of a Mirror's Edge game as we're likely to get, despite retaining some of the first game's issues.
One great RPG and one curio. Not a perfect port, but definitely Square Enix's best stab at bringing Final Fantasy to PC so far.
A half-hearted recreation of some fun movies, with almost nothing to offer over its predecessor.
Type-0 certainly gets real-time combat right, but this port of an RPG that began on handheld is otherwise not much fun to play on PC.
An ambitious and successful end to Rocksteady's trilogy, with a standard-setting open world you must experience. A superior main story and less Batmobile combat would've made a huge difference.
Parts of Final Fantasy XIII are worth the absurd amount of time it takes to properly open up, but this port is a big letdown.