Spiel Times's Reviews
God of War Ragnarok is a must-play. There are no two ways about it. It is one of the best games out there. So I hope for your sake you don’t get spoiled and enjoy the game for the first time like a lot of us reviewers did and the way the devs wanted you to experience it.
Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut on the PS5 is THE best way to experience this game. Iki Island offers roughly 8-10 hours of content for you to explore and is perfect for those who wanted more Tsushima. However, if you were lukewarm on the base game, then I feel you might not find what you’re looking for here because it’s more of the same. That isn’t a bad thing because that is exactly what I wanted after I originally beat the game. There’s more to explore, more Mythic Tales to uncover, more gorgeous vistas to gaze upon, and most importantly, more foxes to pet AND give belly rubs to.
A refreshing Assassin's Creed experience that is a must-play for newer and older fans. With an intriguing plotline, no grind and a world filled with interesting characters, Valhalla's glory is only held back by the engine and technical issues that also plagued its predecessors.
In those halcyon days for Valve, there was no way of knowing that Half-Life fans would have to wait more than a decade for a new entry in the hallowed franchise. But twelve years, five months, and thirteen days later, a strange thing happened: a new Half-Life game released. It’s called Half-Life: Alyx, and it’s brilliant.
Kentucky Route Zero feels breathtakingly original. For something this powerful to exist in any medium would be a triumph. But for it to exist now, as an interactive narrative drawn with striking visuals, meaningful choices, and moving music, feels more like a miracle.