Housemarque experiments with genre and narrative without losing its arcade DNA.
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Funny and sweet, this game offers an enjoyable playground for chaos.
A solid and respectful adaptation for current gen systems of a cult classic, overlooked ten years ago but still worthy of our time.
Too close to its inspirations, Don't Forget Me ends up not being able to breathe freely.
A love letter to retro games that know how to add its own personal touches to an otherwise well-known formula.
Short and sweet, Say No! More has a lot to say about privilege and self-assertion.
Hazelight proves it's one of the most interesting studios working in the coop scene with this unique and innovative game.
Experimental and beautiful, Genesis Noir talks about love and beauty in a way not many ways have talked before.
A good game for tourists in the Story of Seasons franchise, although not the great place to live longtime fans would like.
It may not be a step forward, but it is a very solid and clever addition to the Monster Hunter series, and proof that Capcom really knows what's best for it.