Fourteen mutants doomed to die, one alone shall sit on the Nuclear Throne.
The first was an homage, but Zero 2 officially puts the new world of Blaster Master as a standalone, exciting universe of action and exploration.
It isn't going to feed your hunger pangs for more Red Dead Redemption, but it's still a perfectly average, gorgeously designed Western adventure.
If you own a switch and can operate two joysticks, you need this game in your library.
You may play as a marine who's M.I.A., but this is certainly a game that isn't missing in action.
An absolute winner.
A Twin Stick Honeymoon that may be more like a lover's tiff.
A charming rogue-like that soars in some of its gameplay; yet takes a nose-dive with its constant grind and repetitive nature.
A game that's worth a shot in a dark, but can also be one that soon becomes lost in the shadows.