While it stumbles a bit on the visual front, PAC-MAN WORLD Re-PAC still ends up being a faithful remake with many quality-of-life improvements.
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Hollywood could only dream of making a Spider-Man movie with such a compelling story and the rest of the gaming industry should take notes from here. It is as close to being perfect as one game can be.
A game with a lot of ambition and underwhelming execution. A bit rough around the edges yet incredibly engaging if you can get past the initial setbacks.
Hell Let Loose might just be of the most immersive and anxiety-inducing WWII shooters out there, with an insanely high learning curve.
A game with a lot of potential bogged down by a plethora of bugs and atrocious dialogue & voice acting. Playable but far from enjoyable.
Wrap it up folks, we have a winner, As far as I'm concerned, the arcade beat 'em up game of 2022 is here. Highly recommended!
A surprisingly well-made platformer with above-average visuals and engaging characters. A perfect entry-level collectathon for a younger audience.
Sniper Elite 5 does not disappoint. The newest entry in the series introduces customizable weapons, new gadgets, ammo types, and an improved kill cam.
It might make you laugh, leave you confused and upset, possibly sad, even scared but never indifferent. Not so much a game as it is a unique experience worth checking out.
The acclaimed Playstation classic is finally on PC and it also comes with classic neglect by Square Enix as a bonus. With the current subpar performance, I can only recommend it to the hardcore fans.
The Skywalker Saga is a culmination of all the LEGO games so far. The gameplay has been polished to sheer perfection and it comes with enough content to keep you busy for quite some time.
Weird West is a game that isn't afraid to take risks and it ends up giving you something fresh and unique in the world of isometric RPGs.
A great improvement over the previous game with a vast open-world and better gameplay, but it still comes with a steep learning curve.
Unapologetically violent and gory. More weapons, more enemies, and way more ways to dispose of them.
A definitive improvement from the first game, with enhanced parkour mechanics, weapon customization and melee combat.
A space shooter with incredibly fun and addictive dogfights that you might forget the game even comes with a story.
Simple, cute, and a colorful Smurfs game with a coop mode as a bonus.
A perfect balance between arcade and simulation. Racing game of the year, no competition (at least until Forza Horizon 6 comes out).
A surprisingly well-polished mix of the immersive campaign and engaging multiplayer. Enough starting content to keep you busy til the end of the year.
The indie surprise of the year. Top-notch voice acting and remarkably well-presented story.