Dragon Sinker is a Golden Age of JRPGs love letter and is worth it for genre veterans to have a look at.
As a flat screen offering, we would have given this game a 6 out of 10. In VR, it’s virtually flawless.
Devil May Cry 5 is the finest that the franchise has to offer, but it's visual shortcomings bar it from perfection.
Thief Simulator satisfyingly captures both the simulator and the thief side of its title. The stealth mechanics are well implemented and there are some truly challenging houses in the game if you don’t mind working your way up to them.
There's nothing dark about this quest.
You have the ability to time travel so which ending are you going to choose? Whose life is more important to you?
There are 36 boxes to safe crack, Do you have the perseverance to open them all?
After the first five minutes of play, you realize that even backwards, puzzle based boss battles doesn’t make for much replay or excitement.
Yes, there's a dog; yes, he's a good boy; no, it doesn't make the game any better.
The titillation is still there….and that’s just fine.