In the end, the Hired Gun could be a pleasant surprise, but the development team's choices are what keep it from shining.
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Only Soulsborn fans will have the patience to deal with it until the end.
Those who decide to spend some time with the title will not be disappointed as long as they know what to expect. Otherwise, those who are really thirsty for titles to enjoy the new generation, can definitely check this one out.
Saints Row is a game without soul and this is probably the biggest disappointment after all these years for the franchise.
Battlefield 2042 is one of the weakest releases in the series to date.
Wolfenstein Youngblood leaves us with the taste of a game that was created in order to test the waters for a shooter with the integration of RPG elements.
Asterigos is a title that will generously offer simple, pure fun, and an enjoyable adventure to anyone who isn't looking forward to playing the next Souls and keeps expectations low enough.
With a bigger budget and a lot more polishing, things in Steelrising might have been a lot better.
The remaining feeling is that it offers a beautiful story, which keen you for an afternoon or (even better) in smaller doses. Nothing more, nothing less.
The Murder Mystery Machine will satisfy those who want to train their brain in small doses, like a break from the other titles installed on their system's hard drive.
What Aliens: Fireteam Elite needs is a generous dose of content, and arguably a bigger production.
The story being told may be considered boring, but it hides points that will make most people recognize parts of themselves, and find a different perspective through it.
When the title decides to deal seriously with what it deals with and - to a certain extent - "pushes" the player to what it needs and lays the groundwork, then it becomes really satisfying.
Anyone looking for an RPG with a fascinating story and depth in mechanics and characters has to look elsewhere.
Whoever decides to try out the world of Vampire: The Masquerade for the first time is not going to have a bad time, but they could definitely have had a different introduction.
In the end, this is the taste that is left after playing Crackdown 3. It is not that is a bad game, it is just that we have seen everything it offers before. In individual terms and as a whole.
For those who didn't have the chance to play Resident Evil Village, buying the Gold Edition is imposed.
At the end of the day, the familiar feeling of Call of Duty remains, and many times that is enough for 'one more round'.
Each route is full of dangers and "headaches", but that's what makes its completion all the more rewarding.
The performance is really good, the music matches the action quite well, and generally The Quarry leaves a very good feeling when the end credits roll.