A time-bending puzzle game clever enough not to be just another time-bending puzzle game.
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It's inconsistent and sometimes annoying, but ultimately a charming, challenging, heart-string-pulling fable.
A sensational audiovisual experience that starts to drag around halfway in.
A jog-fest with sluggish combat and inconsistent stealth, but a story that will pull you toward the end anyway.
A superb water park for four friends to splash around in, but progression is sluggish and there are too few surprises beneath the waves.
There are beautiful and tragic scenes, songs, and passages to find in WTWTLW's journey, but they're spread far too thin.
A spectacular, occasionally very fun tour of Star Wars battles that disappoints with a boring story, crappy progression system, and endless grenade spam.
A great customizable fighting system and a cooperative spirit fill the empty spaces in a bleak open world.
A fiery test of awareness, speed and accuracy which upholds the series' devotion to teamwork and authenticity, but doesn't nail the asymmetry of modern era combat.
It needs more maps, but right now Friday the 13th is a gory game of hide-and-go-seek that's fun with funny people.