Genesis is a fun controller-only MOBA that makes a handful of interesting changes to the genre's core formula.
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Wolfenstein: Youngblood looks to shake up the formula by being the first game to offer co-op and moving the narrative about 20 years into the future, long after the events of The New Colossus.
If you like to laugh, slice up a few baddies, and explore crazy and weird locales, you’ve got the perfect game waiting for you.
Its basic, painterly aesthetic is an ideal match for its accessible gameplay.
Rage 2 is a small, fun game wrapped inside a big, bland package.
The sound, visuals, and gameplay are nevertheless among the greatest the genre has ever seen.
The game lacks an engaging narrative or even average gameplay, and the way it presents its otherwise good aspects clashes with its horrendous presentation problems.
Wonderful accessibility, charming visuals, and a bevy of modes for different players makes up for the game’s few mediocre additions.
Frantic and fun.
Considering its reduced price point, there’s no reason a Far Cry fan should pass up this opportunity to revisit Montana and see things through to their rightful end.