Unbound: Worlds Apart is a game that follows traditional Metroidvania tropes but expands on puzzles that keep you on your toes more than a boss battle, on top of nicely animated and drawn backgrounds, you are in on at least a hundred flavors of fun spanning hours of gameplay. The game’s a good romp for playing through to the end and beyond, if not to challenge yourselves in speed-running it or going on a No-Deaths run, Unbound: Worlds Apart ought to have the challenge you want to keep coming back to, from time to time, making it a worthy addition to your game library.
Bottom Line, Crimson Spires is a good game worth spending, at most, 48 hours on if you want to go all completionist on it. The novel parts are good to read, the investigation parts are nice enough but still need a bit of a tweak, and the charms eventually work its way to you. I’d say it’s a nice addition for your game library overall.
Chrono Cross: Radical Dreamers Edition is a great game to own, albeit being too late for its remaster and release, coming out seems like a quick nostalgia cash-in just to get something out of their fans. But if you’re a longtime fan that seeks to relive the nostalgia or experience Radical Dreamers for the first time, it’s a game you should pick up and will enjoy in the long run.
Overall, The House of the Dead Remake is a great addition to your game library and one that you’ll be playing again and again with its great replay value, finding various routes on the way to the bosses and their battles, rescuing researchers as you encounter them, and even finding score-increasing items and health kits as you mow down boxes and barrels along the area, and getting entangled in the battle against powerful bosses.