Electric Bento's Reviews
If you have ever been curious about the original Baldur’s Gate games but for some reason have never experienced them, this is an excellent way for console players to jump in and give it a shot.
As gamers we talk about wanting huge epic experiences in our games but sometimes something as charming as Untitled Goose Game comes along and surprises us with its charm and you realize you just want to be a goose and irritate humans
Overall Zombieland: Double Tap - Road Trip is an overpriced generic cash grab.
Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth - Complete Edition has a ton of content for players, if they can make it through some weird pacing issues. Both titles have darker, more mature storylines, even when looking at the cutesy Digimon.
Even if BDSM: Big Drunk Satanic Massacre wasn’t a horrible attempt at satire with no original ideas, it would not stand on its gameplay.
BurgerTime Party recreates the fun of the arcade classic, but adds new "toppings," like multiplayer and a stunning new art direction, to make this a winner.
With unique graphics and a story you will fall in love with, action RPG fans looking for a new game to play should look no further than Children Of Morta.
Taito and ININ Games have done a fantastic job reviving this game.
NHL 20 returns with a revamped braodcast team and new technology, like RPM, and the number of game modes makes this a must-play for sports fans everywhere.
Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair is a brilliant direction for the young series, effortlessly mixing classic, 2-D platforming with an adventure style overworld without one negatively affecting the other.
Just like in nature, where the platypus, Indivisible is a hodgepodge of ideas that somehow creates the best experience I have had in an indie game all year and is a contender for my game of the year.
In just a two hour window of run time, Distraint keeps you on your toes and pulls itself away from any sense of predictability using bizarre hallucinations.
Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered is a gift in a lot of respects as you don't see licensed games like this make a comeback, and at a budget price no less.
GRID is a great revival of the racing franchise. It's not too realistic to turn off arcade racing fans, and not too casual for sim fans. It striked the right balance of realism and fun.
Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince is a great follow up in the series and definitely makes up for the failings of Trine 3.
While eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer hasn't received as many enhancements as last year, its focus on weighty, realistic matches elevate it to greatness.
Aside from borrowing heavily from its inspirations, The Surge 2 is a great action-RPG that has enough going for it to set it apart from what came before it.
Code Vein is a great game that sets itself apart from its Dark Souls inspiration with plenty of fighting customization and fast paced battles.
Overall Borderlands 3 is more of the same, and that's a good thing.
GreedFall, the new Action-RPG from French studio Spiders, is overly ambitious for its own good, getting bogged down with bugs and poorly implemented ideas.