A good first start right out of the gate, Monster Energy Supercross struggles to maintain its momentum across the entire race as technical issues and a bland road to Supercross glory hamper its progress.
At about 12 hours in, I feel like I’m barely scratching the surface of Kingdom Come: Deliverance. Just when I think the game has nothing else to teach me, up pops a new tutorial or gameplay feature that changes how I play or see the game. So here’s part one of a review in progress for the game, because it’s …
Though the first game’s starting to show its age as far as visuals go, the relentless action remains timeless. Fast, frantic and frivolously fun, it’s still worth playing. The sequel, however, improves upon everything; deliver a more focused, more nuanced and more refined. It’s a glorious masterclass in design and flow.
Lost Sphear is a bit of a hard sell to people who are not fans of JRPGS and even though the writing and characters are quite stereotypical, the story has a lot of heart. The battle system and customization options make for a fun game.
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