This massive, gorgeous game will bring hours and hours of engagement to fans of rpgs and action/adventure alike, and only some technical performance issues prevent Lacrimosa of DANA from being a perfect 10.
Author: Elliott Osange
The Octo Expansion offers players three unique bonuses: a brand new storyline, some amazing new gear, and some ungodly levels of frustration and difficulty.
Vegas Party rolls snake eyes, bringing only the cheapest of laughs and enjoyment in this bizarre and empty board game.
How do you screw up one of the greatest tower defense games of all times? Easy! Overcharge and gimp the controls, it's a perfect formula!
While not a total flopper, there's something amiss about World Soccer Pinball that leaves you unsatisfied and vaguely annoyed at needing to play this as a standalone game on your Sw
Iro Hero wants so desperately to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the shooters that we all know and love, but this little game needs a bit of a boost to really be seen.
Sushi should not be a dish served tepid, and yet that is how things have been delivered in this Switch exclusive.
While the concept is a perfect execution, GRIDD also manages to capture one of the fallacies of yesteryear's arcades: how brief the gameplay could be.
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Them Bombs is a well done experience, certainly novel for a period of time but, ultimately, too reliant on a crowd’s energy to push the game forward.