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Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands is extremely repetitive, has terrible vehicle controls, and is full of wooden characters that you won’t care about for a second. But somehow it manages to be great addictive fun.
Shovel Knight Specter of Torment is a prequel to the grand adventure that manages to have dark moments, tragic yet endearing heroes, and some more fresh and exciting gameplay to enjoy.
Psychonauts In The Rhombus of Ruin is a charming VR episode filled with puzzles, psychic abilities and the quirky humor that Psychonauts is known for. It feels like a fresh update to the classic point and click formula and does a good job bridging the gaps between Psychonauts and Psychonauts 2.
Night In The Woods is a charming and well-executed slice of American life in a small town with some minor pacing issues but a lot of heart.
With fast paced combat, fluid controls, and some novel multiplayer modes, Halo Wars 2 adds up to a flawed but uniquely fun strategy experience
Double Dragon IV will satisfy fans of the franchise and is a welcome celebration of its 30 year history. But they may have forgotten what made the past games so memorable.
I was slightly hesitant before trying out The Flame in the Flood on the PlayStation 4, I didn’t want to jump into an experience I’d basically already played before. But when I first landed on the start screen I was greeted by a sweet southern harmonica, a booming river, and a lone crow’s calls; it set the tone for a marvellous adventure that calmed all my concerns.