Featuring its trademark simulation-style baseball, deep franchise and career modes, and a retooled Diamond Dynasty, MLB 15: The Show has improved in just about every conceivable area from its previous incarnation. So why does it feel so stale?
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Elliot Quest definitely walks this line but never really lands into either side of the spectrum. That’s not to say that the game is bad or lacks identity, as it wears its influences on its sleeve, but Elliot Quest establishes a world and narrative of its own.
Where the first episode applied some very basic foundations for the world and the characters, "Out of Time" really lets us explore the friendship these two girls share, even though they've been apart for so long.
We're now officially halfway through Telltale's trip through Westeros, and the twists and turns show no signs of stopping.
If space is the final frontier, Sid Meier's Starships should truly reach for the stars. As a turn-based strategy adventure, the game traverses an inspired and diverse path only to be saddled with a few minor missteps.
Despite its age, Homeworld still managed to provide a quality RTS experience unlike any other.
Grow Home completely foregoes the norm of using its gameplay to comedic effect and tones down the floaty and ragdoll feel of its physics in order to deliver on a simple yet charming story in an equally engaging world.
Though occasionally marred by technical issues and cumbersome segments, Book of Unwritten Tales 2 is a delightful experience I’m happy to have been surprised by.
Given the volatile and unpredictable nature of the social media environment, this experiment could have blown up in Other Ocean's face. Instead, I get to enjoy one of the wackiest and fun games I've ever pressed start to play.
The weight of our choices is felt with every breath and each step we take, and while it's terribly stressful to be in charge of so many lives, it's also incredibly exciting.