Hero Pop is a match-three puzzler that breathes life into a well worn genre. Since it's a free-to-play app, the game's addictive balloon popping does have its limits, and depending on your tolerance, your matching activities may be short-lived.
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For a game called Assassin’s Creed “Unity,” this title sure deviates from the rest of its brotherhood (some pun intended), by probably being the buggiest, most frustrating iteration in the bunch.
Though it swims within a well-worn genre, Rescue Quest offers up enough magic to keep gamers coming back for more.
If you don’t mind dying an awful lot and grinding for awesome gear, then you’ll find a lot to like in Lords of the Fallen.
Twisty Hollow is a puzzle game that's inspired by creating items that will feed or satisfy the denizens and animals of this strange town. You're in charge of keeping the neighborhood from self-imploding, and for a spell it's actually fun being the town's puppet master.
The third entry in a video game series often acts as a turning point; for some series, it marks the beginning of innovation and refinement, taking what worked about the previous two games and bringing them together in an exciting new way.
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The crux of the Driveclub experience is in its multiplayer offerings, which foster a great community with your fellow racers online, but only when it works.
Hyrule Warriors lives up to its expectations by having as many nuances and tropes from the Zelda series attached to it as it can, but after the fog of nostalgia clears, the game is found to have its fair share of shortcomings.
Fighting fans who don't mind the cuteness will find a pleasantly surprising amount of depth here.