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The Escapists: Complete Edition (Switch) Review

Overall, The Escapists is not a game that I particularly enjoyed, but at the same time I didn’t dislike it either. It was a decent time, but that fun was rather short-lived. The game suffers from a lack of explanation and there's no real indication on what you can actually do. The depth is there, but only if you're willing to do and try every combination of actions and items over and over.

The Escapists: Complete Edition (Switch) Review

Salt and Sanctuary (Switch) Review

I can recognize that Salt and Sanctuary is a well-constructed game and that there’s a lot of depth and challenge here for those that crave such things from their entertainment. It just isn't for me and I don’t think it ever will be, as I'm not the target gamer here.

Salt and Sanctuary (Switch) Review

Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux Review

In a refreshing twist on the usual teen protagonist and drama angst, Strange Journey focuses on a militaristic science fiction story. A massive solid black quantum singularity appears in Antarctica and begins to slowly spread across the globe.

Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux Review

Figment Review

Figment is not a point and click adventure game, but it certainly eschews a lot of the same sensibilities and gameplay concepts. You do not actually point and click, but the gameplay style is very reminiscent of old-school adventure-styled games like Sam and Max and Broken Age.

Figment Review

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review

It has been a long time since exploring, fighting, and adventuring has so consistently brought a smile to my face.  Breath of the Wild is such a wonderful experience that once you play it, you will likely never look at open world games the same again. 

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review