I don't think God would let this game into heaven, at least not yet.
After the first five minutes of play, you realize that even backwards, puzzle based boss battles doesn’t make for much replay or excitement.
Experience playing a game of hide-and-seek with your brother as you both deal with a loss of a family member.
The fantastically creepy graveyard baby of Punch Club and Stardew Valley.
A decent game that suffers from the existence of progression walls.
Hello Neighbor is a another great example of a game which could have been a world beater, if only the developer behind it has spent the time and resources to iron out all of its rough edges.
Tonight, we roll in hell! And I mean that in the best way.
The Neighbor has finally come to the Switch, and it's some of the best creepy stealth that you could ever wish for, and then immediately wish it would stop.
Who are you? The Creator, Stan? Inquisitive Ant? Violent Lil Bull? Or... perhaps the better question is: why is this happening to you?
Punch Club may be one of the most interesting approaches to a simulation game in recent memory, and certainly one of the most engaging in terms of storytelling, character development, and gator fighting.