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Metro Exodus Review

Everything in Metro Exodus wants to kill you: the environment, the animals and many of your fellow humans. Coming out of the tunnels, you burst upon a brilliantly lit landscape and breathe a sigh of relief until your Geiger counter starts clicking like bebop drummer and you see the pack of irradiated wolves circling you.

Metro Exodus Review

Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Ends Today Review

I don’t see this as a big enough seller on the PlayStation 4 to warrant a second game though it’d probably do better on the PC, where games like this have a supportive (if niche) audience. I really wanted to like the game because of its mature, oppressive depiction of an apocalyptic aftermath. The game is unfinished, though, so I suggest sparing yourself from the same pain and frustration that hurt this otherwise interesting narrative adventure.

Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Ends Today Review

Dreamfall Chapters: Book One: Reborn

Reborn is a beautiful but short-lived experience that continues building this interesting universe while introducing more questions than it answers.

Dreamfall Chapters: Book One: Reborn