University management is an easygoing joy which makes it a great time for all, even if it doesn't entirely reward you for building a campus that's uniquely yours.
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A streamlined survival game that iterates rather than innovates, but still stakes its claim as a good time solo and a great time with friends in tow.
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A Star Wars compilation that's undeniably fun, but wildly inconsistent and with far too much padding from collectibles.
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An FPS package that has its fun moments, but one that's blighted by performance issues. Portal holds great potential and may be the only mode that stands the true test of time.
An unremarkable FPS story set in World War 2. Has moments of spectacle and is largely quite fun, but feels like you're a gun on-rails, hardly a war hero.
A heroic action adventure that's simple, but full of surprises and little details. Unmissable for Marvel fans, but also a solid buy if you're just after a good time.