Death's Door is a definitive Game of the Year candidate. The story is engrossing, the action is tense and fun, and the game is filled with memorable bosses and characters. I couldn't stop smiling while playing, even at times when I kept dying to challenging enemies. The game can be a bit short if you play straight through, but you will be rewarded if you take the time to explore. Death's Door is a must-buy, and I can't recommend it enough.
Ashwalkers is a pretty good survival journey. It is both simple and difficult at the same time managing the group is easy...if you have the resources. If you are the least bit curious, I'd give Ashwalkers a shot, especially with 34 different endings, you're going to have different experiences for a few playthroughs!
Erica was a bad game that could have been a decent movie. If you want a proper interactive FMV game experience; grab "Late Shift", "The Infectious Madness of Doctor. Dekker or "The Bunker" is all on steam for roughly the same price but with considerably better interaction. That said if you can find it on sale for around six dollars I'd say it's worth one playthrough.
Biomutant is a game that is entertaining yet bogged down by the challenges of the open-world genre. The story is very interesting, but the repetitiveness that comes with open-world games is on display here. Yet there is a lot of entertainment value that can’t be ignored. The world looks amazing and there are a lot of fun moments when you create a character and level up into a powerful mutant. It may not be a perfect game, but I think it’s worth trying.
Even with my negative player experiences, which is actually part of playing the game, I had a blast playing Rust. If I had more time to be consistent in a play schedule, I'd love to find a group of players to create the ultimate compound, helping and recruiting players who have no one and just dominate with having a good time!
Overall this edgy myspace fanfic of Dave the Barbarian, repurposed to avoid Disney's lawyers, just fell flat on its delivery of a competent and deep Strategy RPG wrapped in tongue-in-cheek humor. Avoid it unless you think fart jokes and attention devoid conversations are still relevant or you are willing to skip all dialogue to enjoy the gameplay.
Overall, Dirt 5 is a fun play. The easy to learn controls, fun arcade-like racing style, and craziness that playgrounds deliver makes this game a must-have for anyone who wants to play a racing-style game without the seriousness that comes along with sim-style racing like Dirt Rally 2.0 or some of the other Dirt titles
With any Call of Duty, there are pros and cons. Black Ops Cold War has a lot of subtle changes that I really enjoyed in Campaign, Multiplayer, and Zombies. However, it might now be enough to satisfy rabid fans of the franchise. If you are disappointed, just remember that future updates will hopefully change things that you don't agree with. As for me, I found a lot to like in Black Ops Cold War, even though these changes may not be groundbreaking. And even if you don't enjoy the changes, I must say that playing on next-gen consoles is an incredible experience. Fast frame rates, load times, and graphics are massive pluses for this franchise. I can't wait to see what they can pull off with the next iteration on next-gen consoles.