Storyteller is delightful, innovative, and incredible fun in a stylish package. This is one book you won't want to leave on your shelf.
With art to die for but pacing that will kill you, Mato Anomalies is a fun time hampered by its own ambition. The city of Mato is worth a short trek, but maybe not as deep a dive as it invites.
With incredibly engaging combat and the greatest parry this side of Sekiro, the journey through this fallen dynasty only ever goes up.
Wanted: Dead is an alleged slasher-shooter that only ever manages to slash my interest and shoot its respect for me as a player in the head. Save your bullets and play something else.
God of War Ragnarok is the end of times, God of War Ragnarok is the best of times. You will not want to miss this final chapter.
Even considering these minor hiccups, I cannot deny that I had a wonderful time with The Entropy Centre. Stubby Games’ puzzler manages to not only fill its influence’s shoes, but do something all its own at the same time. That is an achievement worth celebrating: a better tomorrow indeed.
Outside of its wonderful characters, Soul Hackers 2 is mostly just competent. There's fun to be had, but it ultimately feels plain.
Midnight Fight Express is built around its encounters, yet does nothing to build them in meaningful ways. This train is going nowhere fast.