Strikers is still a well-earned vacation for our heroes, an emphatic, energetic punctuation mark to a much larger experience.
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Bowser's Fury finds Nintendo again pushing the envelope of Super Mario Bros. in exciting directions.
At its best, the game sustains an effectively ominous atmosphere as it channels recognizable childhood fears.
The gameplay throughout isn't freighted with moral urgency, which is disappointing given the game's eco-terrorist themes.
The Medium is at its best whenever the player gets to lives up to the game's title.
Hitman 3, for better and worse, splits the difference between player freedom and focused storytelling.
To criticize Cyberpunk 2077 for being hypocritical and conservative feels almost beside the point.
The blandness of the gameplay might have been somewhat forgivable if the game's narrative didn't suffer from an identity crisis.
Along with being one of the most gentle and soothing games of the year, Haven is also gaming at its most compassionate.
It's an addictive, delightfully rowdy experience in spite of the creaky, decrypt gameplay and engine.