So what is Destiny 2? It’s a reminder. It’s a second chance at glory, where every complaint has been addressed and every issue has been fixed. It’s a new beginning, polished to an absurd degree and an example of what a sequel should be: Same same…but different.
Ark: Survival Evolved is far from being complete, what with its many bugs and a feature bloat that doesn’t always hit the nail on the head. And yet, it’s still an addictive grind that proves that life can find a way.
Life is Strange: Before the Storm’s first episode can feel like a drag in the beginning, with a weak main mechanic and slow pacing, but it all pays off in the end and manages to become a flawed, but captivating experience.
It shouldn’t work, but Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle coalesces into something that shows a reverence to Mario and the Mushroom Kingdom, but isn’t afraid to challenge its ideas. It’s a wonderful game in its own right, and a bit of magic for Nintendo’s Switch that’s far better than it has any right to be.
The lack of easy-to-access upgrades aside, MSI’s Laptops are exceptionally well engineered, and this one’s no different. The removal of the optical drive allows the award-winning Cooler Boost design do its job more efficiently, resulting in a cool and quiet machine that’s at home with work as it is with gaming.
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