Tom's Guide's Reviews
Kirby and the Forgotten Land is a fun and whimsical adventure through a strange land. You play as the eponymous Kirby, the lovable pink puffball. He has his old skills of swallowing and copying enemies' powers, but now he has a new trick.
Triangle Strategy tells a compelling story that connects with the tough decisions world leaders have made throughout history and today-but even with this strong narrative and well-designed gameplay, the long cutscenes and frustrating UI make the game less than perfect.
The Witch Queen fundamentally changes a lot of Destiny 2. There's weapon crafting, a new area to explore, a new raid coming, tons of weapons to grind for, and plenty of sandbox changes that shake everything up. But the writing isn't on par with some previous expansions.
Having finished my Cyberpunk 2077 review, I am ready to scream "I'm free!" Though the masochist in me is considering spending more time to finish the mainline story (There are multiple endings, which is why I might just read synopses online), I'm happy to be done with this game. If you were thinking about getting it (if you can even buy it), my best advice is to hold off for a while.