Burly Men at Sea is a charming, silly, fun, exciting, relaxing choose-your-own-adventure picture book, and that is something quite special.
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It’s ostensibly a comedy game, but there’s nothing funny about Zenith, and beneath all the bad jokes is a shallow, lifeless Diablo clone.
With its solid exeution and focus on momentum and flow, Shu makes me think of old Sonic and new Rayman—that’s great company to be in.
It may not look it, but Yomawari: Night Alone is a terrifying, unsettling game, and its super-cute presentation is a big part of why that is.
Amid a cute, offbeat game about the daily grind of a custodian, Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor makes some insightful comments about class and gender.
Blue Revolver manages to take a genre as difficult as bullet hell shooters and make it accessible, without compromising on what makes such games great.
Earthlock is the rare sort of game that’s inspired by the old school without being bound by nostalgia, but poor balancing makes it tedious to play.
What it lacks in novelty, Pankapu makes up for in sheer platforming excellence. This is one of the finest modern examples of one of gaming’s oldest genres.
Dex’s good ideas quickly give way to a painfully generic cyberpunk romp with poor writing, shallow systems, and the most pedestrian brand of “edginess”
After a shaky debut last month, Batman: The Telltale Series has found its footing with an exceptional sophomore outing. This should have been the premiere.