Slender: The Arrival boasts some genuinely scary moments, but offers little beyond them. Chapters serve as a mini party game with friends, making this point-and-click game more of a horror movie than an actual interactive scare fest. The lack of a real story dampers things further, and if by some weird chance that players suffer the Slenderman hunt a second time, the feeling of that genuine fright will be long gone.
The action is over the top in a good way. Traveling around Sunset City is like a roller-coaster ride and the script will often take jabs at itself just to pull a chuckle or two out of you.Sunset Overdrive is arguably top dog at the moment and very much worth a buy. The game rarely feels like a try-hard, because it's lightheartedness allows for it not to be.. Never has there been a game that actually feels like a video game and not an attempt to be an overly serious or dark. As Game Fanatics, we wouldn't have it any other way.
If you like the idea of taking one of Nintendo's hottest fighting game franchises with you on the go, then this game will do you good. Otherwise, wait on the Wii-U version. Circle pad movement takes some getting used to and can get bothersome if you're used to playing hard and precise. Online mode shatters the game's replay potential.
Forza Horizon 2's best moments happen when you're just in the game for the fun of it and the game practically rewards you for doing just that. This is the best looking racing sim game on the market right now, complete with a giant list of cars, engine pumping races and brilliant customizing options.