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Fallout 76 Review

 Fallout 76 is a confusing experience, a discord of half-baked ideas and false premises but also some genuinely smart gameplay mechanics that allow solo players and groups alike adventure in equal terms.

Fallout 76 Review

Illusion: A Tale of the Mind Review

Young Emma finds herself chained up inside her father’s mind. What has happened? Why is she there? To find out the truth behind her predicament, she embarks on a puzzle adventure with her soft toy rabbit Topsy over a surreal and disjointed landscape, formed together from her father’s experiences.

Illusion: A Tale of the Mind Review

A Way Out Review

In an industry that’s often criticized for “playing things safe,” A Way Out is anything but: a story-driven cooperative game where you’re required to play the entire game in split screen with another person the whole time. To make a game like that takes a level of vision, sophistication, and outright brazenness that many in the industry just wouldn’t normally set out to do. The question now is, was it a risk worth taking?

A Way Out Review

Ginger: Beyond the Crystal Review

All the problems bugging Ginger: Beyond the Crystal could be fixed with some serious patching. I really hope the developers rise up to the challenge as there's clearly a fun and chirpy game bubbling under, something a whole family can enjoy together.

Ginger: Beyond the Crystal Review

Nightmares from the Deep 2: The Siren's Call

It's also a great stress relief. The game makes you forget your mundane worries for the time spent on weather-beaten alleys and hidden rooms of Kingsmouth.

Nightmares from the Deep 2: The Siren's Call

Blues and Bullets - Episode 1

If it capitalizes on its strengths and polishes its mechanics, then future episodes of Blues and Bullets could definitely be winners.

Blues and Bullets - Episode 1

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is a remarkable game. Even with the frustrating controls, Starbreeze Studios has managed to craft a superb puzzle-adventure game with mature themes, while still capturing those crucial moments that makes the relationship between two young brothers special.

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons

Ori and the Blind Forest

Ori and the Blind Forest is an aesthetically breathtaking adventure. Immaculately detailed environments coupled with engaging gameplay, all driven home by an emotionally driven plot makes this journey one for the ages.

Ori and the Blind Forest

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is a great adventure. With the complex puzzles, enjoyable gameplay, and exquisite world to explore, Crystal Dynamics once again gives Tomb Raider fans an exemplary addition to the acclaimed series.

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris

Never Alone

Never Alone never has that transcendental moment where the player can momentarily look past the game and see the world of the Inupiat. Instead, that world feels burdened with the task of being the appealing kernel of a heavily flawed machine. There's a land of wondrous play and exploration somewhere in this premise, but Never Alone isn't it.

Never Alone