The choices lose a bit of their variety as the story goes on and the combat can be a tad simplistic, but The Bookwalker is a beautiful exercise in exploring the humanity of fiction and why we, the audience, should feel for the characters on the page.
The Winters' Expansion is a beautiful extension of what Village already has, offering plenty of new ways to have fun, whether that means making the base game easier or getting to punch everyone in the face as Chris Redfield. But the real tour de force here is Shadows of Rose, a storyline that offers a more psychological style of horror than the franchise usually plays in and is worth every penny.
When The Waylanders succeeds, the game is one of the most solid experiences I've had all year. But those successes are few and far between, while the rest of the title fails to keep itself afloat among a sea of bugs and poorly thought out gameplay decisions.
Playing as the Kandarian Demon isn't as fun as it should be and the single-player experience is somewhat lacking, but if you want to team up with three friends and show a bunch'a deadites just how deadly a prosthetic chainsaw can be, this is the game for you.
A solid experience worthy of some small praise when it works, but Alder's Blood: Definitive Edition is so marred by bugs that I cannot in good conscience recommend the game. God is dead and, so long as the game remains unpatched, God will remain dead.
With twists that coil around the player, solid puzzles, and shockingly-good characters, Deadly Device sparks another electrifyingly good outing for Nancy Drew. While there are a few negatives in how the environment is constructed, the positives overtake them to deliver a truly magnetic experience.
Amazing character relationships and a bombastic plot make this a must-play for fans of Robotics;Notes. However, it's just not for those left uncomfortable by excessive perversion. Add in how often the game crashes and its awkward pacing and DaSH becomes very hard to get through.