This wasn’t the anniversary I expected to have, and it’s not the post I expected to make, either!
I hate to make it official, but there aren’t going to be any new reviews around here for a bit. Details within.
The addition of user generated content really sets Hidden Through Time apart in a way that hugely benefits its replayability.
Between the wild weapons, the bizarre locales, and the absolutely insane escalation of the campaign, this hard-shelled brawler promises plenty of fun within its notably narrow scope.
I love the art, and the finding is certainly fun enough, but it ends before it makes good on any of its more interesting promises.
It breaks my heart to say it, after dozens of happy hours in it during both my childhood and recent times, but I really can’t recommend X-Wing to newcomers.
Receiver 2 takes more patience than its predecessor, but rewards it with more mysteries, discoveries, and satisfying action.
KOF XIV is some of the most fun the series has ever been to play, but it’s definitely looked better.
This is an unparalleled tool for creation, allowing people with any degree of skill or coordination to make towns they’ve only dreamed of, and to have fun doing it.
Roguelikes and platformers galore this week!
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It’s a clever game in how well it’s put together, and an admirable one for how effective it is in advocating personal fitness.
The entire experience is so expertly crafted at every turn that you can easily forget you’re playing a game at all as you get pulled into the incredible interactive narrative that unfolds around you.