Slender launch content aside, Ninja Theory's first venture into competitive multiplayer ranks among the most joyously-frenzied brawlers of this generation.
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Gratifying action-adventure gameplay, tense enemy encounters, visceral gunplay, and excellent graphics make it a solid entry in the long-running horror franchise.
Moons of Madness demonstrates adaptation mismanagement of Lovecraft’s method to leave you haunted by his story’s horrific implications.
Elevator going nowhere fast.
A fantastic experience for anyone who enjoys fighting games, and probably a great one even if you're not a big fan of the genre.
An extraordinary achievement.
Lacks anything that really makes it glitter and at the same time isn’t awful enough to have a certain level of camp to it either.
Even as a first outing for a game based on this highly entertaining intellectual property, One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows feels incredibly lackluster.
A blast to play.
An exceptional way to spend several hours.