RICO may not be perfect like some modern AAA titles, but unlike those, it is incredibly fun to play. As its exhilarating gameplay and inclusion of co-op, make it one of the better indie games of the last twelve months.
One very long journey home.. and one that you might not make.
Being able to take everything that was cool about the 80s buddy cop movies/cop dramas and boil it into a successful simulation/action game is no small feat.
While Jump Force gave me it's few hours of fun, with it's repetitive story missions the only mode keeping it alive is it's online mode and the announcement of a season pass bringing in extra characters.
A Valley-ent game that you simply can't L.E.A.F. alone.
The Wizards continues the PSVR's tradition of playing host to fun, immersive experiences in short, compact packages.
Metro Exodus is an open world game which due to its drastic change of direction feels lost, and largely uninspired. And if not for its ‘classic’ moments of Metro’esque brilliance, it would be nothing more than another average shooter.
I liked it, I never loved it, I hated some moments and the end result was...just okay.
Sometimes more VN than RPG, Death end re;Quest offers unique gameplay and is set in a world that is being torn apart by supernatural phenomenon.
If you own a switch and can operate two joysticks, you need this game in your library.