Summertime Madness is a special game clearly built by artists or at least people who appreciate and want to pay respect to the art of painting. It’s a stunning and picturesque surreal world and has some crazy good and difficult puzzles to crack. It’s hard to recommend it to everyone, but if you are into puzzle games, this is definitely for you.
Horizon Forbidden West nail exactly what a sequel should do, expand and improve upon what the first installment had to offer. It is a crowning achievement meticulously crafted by the geniuses at Guerrilla that fully showcases the power of the Playstation 5.
The story is interesting, well written and it succeeds in balancing often hilarious moments and serious themes. The gameplay is great too, with inventive puzzles that don’t overstay their welcome. What Lies In The Multiverse is absolutely brilliant.
The new cast of characters and their interactions with each other is great and is, in my opinion, the best part of the game. As for the rest, if you’ve played the past games, you’ve probably seen and experienced everything else the game has to offer.