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Much like Tony Stark, Iron Man VR can be genius, exciting and a technical marvel. Unfortunately — much like Tony Stark — it also has plenty of issues. Struggling under the weight of its own ambition, Iron Man VR simply doesn't do enough with the tools at its disposal to justify its lengthy campaign.
Carrion's sickeningly animated protagonist and distinctive playstyle will sate the desires of any player who has ever imagined being a monster from a horror film. It is also a blast to torture faceless government workers with a buffet of slimy powers. Bland level design and a narrative that has the complexity of a paramecium keep Carrion from being something truly memorable.
Ghost of Tsushima is a wonderful homage to classic Samurai movies. It's not a historically accurate epic, but it's not claiming to be. What the game lacks in a fresh core story and an occasional lack of polish, it more than makes up for with engaging gameplay, a gorgeous world to explore, an exciting setting and characters you'll grow to love.
Paper Mario is a hysterical and consistently gripping adventure that will keep you wondering what left turn it will take next. It's a game crafted with love and a willingness to subvert expectations, and its myriad charming moments will make you forget about its joyless and overly pushy battle system.
Golf on Mars is a fun, relaxing and addictive game that engages players just enough to not make them bored, but never forces them to dedicate more of their brain to it than can be expected of something that's best suited to staying on their second screen.