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Black Ops Cold War is a game living under Modern Warfare's shadow, with its identity not really going beyond being a clone of last year's release and a lack of content keeping the experience thin. The zombies mode shines in this game, and there is huge potential there if the developers treat it right, but the same cannot be said for the rest of the game.
The game has unique features and a color palette that is pleasing to the eyes, but none of it can mask the clunky and oftentimes frustrating strategy gameplay. I find this game hard to recommend as a strategy game, and I certainly wouldn't consider it a John Wick game.
I don't exactly know what is different between current Sea of Thieves and day one Sea of Thieves, but the issues I have with the current version of this game are similar to the ones other had back in early 2018. The missions are dull, money is meaningless, and any positive experience with this game feels fleeting.
When the conditions are right, Cannon Brawl is an enjoyable take on artillery games that offers fast-paced strategic fun. That fun only lasts so long though, and I don't think this will be the next game for you and your friends to huddle around the TV and play for hours on-end.
Much like Remnant, Chronos: Before the Ashes skirts the edges of being a Souls-like and offers something unique. The combat is too slow and the aging mechanic doesn't do enough, but its mix of puzzles and combat delivers a fun experience I got hooked on.