Unacceptable in the 80's.
He's got a monk on.
What if Minecraft and The Exorcist had a lovechild? You'd end up with a survival horror that's not cut from the usual cloth.
Don't hold your breath.
Seeing things from a different perspective.
Will it make you feel like a dipstick?
Is it just a shiny new set of tyres?
Maybe just slightly annoyed.
Journey through 14th century France as Amicia and Hugo avoid the Inquisition and hordes of rats to discover why their family has been persecuted.
"At this distance you'll also have to take the Coriolis Effect into account."
Almost flawless in its execution.
Swarm of the dead.
The good place?
A survival RPG that introduces new complexities to the genre but ultimately suffers in its balance between ambition and execution.
Scrambling to new heights.
Stick 'em up, punk!
Handles like it's on rails.
DiRTier than a happy pig.
Will you fight the power or be part of the establishment?
Can it deliver on the classic story and gameplay that made the original special?
Boldly going where no clone has gone before.
A welcome revisit, if a costly one.
Let's get the duck out of here.
Red, green and blue light district.
How long? Not long, because what you reap is what you sow!
Can't often call a game epic without it being hyperbole. Red Dead Redemption II is though. Truly.
This is the sandbox playground refined to within an inch of its life and left waiting for you to finish the job.
A Lovecraftian detective RPG that wants you to pull back the veil on the notion of sanity and embrace the dark.