Structural innovations and strong presentation, held back by grind and an old-fashioned business model.
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An exciting, kinetic single-screen multiplayer with excellent level design, but little to reward the solo player.
Great in places, but never quite lives up to its potential. A competent sequel let down by inconsistency.
The most exciting multiplayer shooter in recent years, held back from greatness by its questionable staying power.
A few well-designed systems struggle to overcome lifeless presentation. Capable, but ultimately hard to recommend.
You can blow a Nazi to pieces among some lovingly-designed sixties furnishings and probably should.
Charming, clever and funny, this is one of the best new platformers on the PC at the moment. Recommended.
A little obtuse in places, but otherwise this is the best new RPG in years. Demands your time and your brain, but it's worth it.
Once more with feeling: this is a fine if familiar base game with great creative tools.
An adept and satisfying puzzle game with a narrative that requires a bit of player investment to yield its biggest rewards.