In an anime where its main theme revolves around mankind's perpetual fear of an unstoppable force of nature, this Attack on Titan game makes slaying giants a repetitive, mundane task
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I wanted to like Nero, I really did, but as the credits rolled all I could do was wish I could get my two hours back.
Project CARS doesn't suffer fools, and although the average race requires the need for speed, slowing things down to smell the roses, as well as develop your skills, is the only way you to stay on this all too difficult, yet ultimately satisfying, track.
Not a Hero is an appropriately arcade-like shooter that never takes itself too seriously, and that approach keeps the game fun and the funny. The longer the game goes on the more the charm starts to wear off however.
This cyberpunk, action-RPG, side-scroller is a proficiently pleasing adventure that does well to capture some of the best of new and old ideas and blends them into a balanced cocktail that will have you coming back for more.
Invisible, Inc. is Klei’s latest stealth offering and is arguably a much more difficult and demanding experience than anything Klei has made thus far.
High Strangeness follows Boyd, a young boy that finds himself at the center of strange occurrences and gets sucked into another world filled with strange creatures.
I really love the ideas that Sym tried to go for. It’s a very interesting set of rules that make up Josh’s frightening little world and I was awed by the minimalist art style and the tragic nature of the whole experience when things played smoothly.
Wolfenstein: The Old Blood continues Machine Games' stellar approach to making Wolfenstein relevant again, even if it isn't quite as good as its predecessor.
In Chroma Squad, you’re tasked with running a fledgling TV show that’s heavily inspired by Power Rangers, Kamen Rider and the like. Everything from cast salary and studio expenses to costumes and marketing are your responsibility.