Spending only a week with New Horizons has allowed me far more control over my town than what New Leaf provided in five years.
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You’ll likely be too busy kicking butt to notice every visual discrepancy, and at the end of the day it’s most important that a game is fun, not pretty.
Half-Life: Alyx is the perfect example of the best Virtual Reality can be. After years of what felt like nothing more than tech demos or ports, this game has arrived to show everyone how it’s done.
One Step from Eden is enjoyable. It’s also one of the most challenging games I’ve played in a while.
Avoid if you’re looking for a deep and engaging story, but definitely check it out if you’re starved for that old-fashioned grid RPG action.
To some “best sports game” may seem oxymoronic. In truth, within the first hour I had been about as impressed as this game could make me.
Very few games are able to make me feel as powerful as this one does. So bust out you gun, sharpen your blade, and get ready to wipe demon juice off the soles of your feet.
It’s the whole package, pressed up against skin-tight spandex. Suit yourself up and hold on, because this game gets an A+ (ULTRAAAAAAA)!
If you enjoy games set in a layered universe and with an emotional story, Ori and the Will of the Wisps is not to be missed. With a gorgeous soundtrack and setting, this game is sure to sweep you off your feet.
While newcomers may certainly find it intimidating, Nioh 2 is a confident sequel that, in a year full of exciting game releases, commands your attention and won’t let it go easily.