There are moments of it presenting meaningful questions about this subject matter, but they’re sparse and overwhelmed by tawdry writing.
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Altered Matter’s confection of abstract art, sound, and puzzle design balances increased difficulty with an unspoken delicacy.
A fascinating adventure that, thanks to the depth of its narrative and branching paths, can be experienced and re-experienced numerous times without losing its charm.
"The strongest feature that Exception brings with it is that no level is static in its design."
Tangible improvements over both Fates and Echoes.
A worthwhile albeit short experience.
Whether in respect of its derivative gameplay structure or the bumper-sticker approach to an otherwise-sincere message, it doesn’t go any deeper than the wading pool.
Difficulty spikes and repetitive mission design prevent it from joining the ranks of From Software's modern-day masterpieces, but altogether it's a competent mech action game.
A nice one-stop shop for the most important adventures of the franchise.
This is a game worth trying—just not on Switch.
GORN is an easy recommendation for those who value fun gameplay and the ability to kill enemies in creative ways above everything else.
The drawbacks don't distract too much from an otherwise satisfying cooperative side-scrolling action RPG mashup.
Streets of Rogue combines the experimental elements of Deus Ex with random world generation and permadeath to create a winning top-down rogue-lite.
Not showing up anybody.
yperlight Ultimate is a fun little non-shooter.
Super Mutant Alien Assault might be the Citizen Kane of Super Crate Box clones, but in the larger scope of video games it's more of a summer popcorn flick—diverting, good-looking, but ultimately lacking the depth to become a classic.
If you adore Contra, you will absolutely love this game.
Once again, ACE has taken two incompatible genres and merged them into a solid product.
A competent, corny role-playing game with a lively battle system, dozens of recruitable characters, some narrative woes, and too many game-ending crashes.
The Contra collection finishes Konami's 50th birthday bash in style.