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Starships is simple, slick, semi-strategic fun.
Powerful forces work against the protagonist, extracting a heavy price, and in the end there's no such thing as a complete victory.
Though it is not for the faint of heart, Hotline Miami 2 provides thrills at the occasional cost of your sanity.
Through deep and rewarding gameplay, Colossal Order’s new simulation fills the increasingly noticeable void in the genre.
Moon Studios' venture into "Metroidvania" territory is every bit as beautiful as it is challenging.
Nintendo decided to stop messing with the formula and return to the 2D puzzle gameplay that made this series a cult favorite.
Even after the unlocks dry up, the challenge and camaraderie that Helldivers offers makes it hard not to attempt "just one more mission."
Your interactions with these thrill rides feel thin and constrained, but ScreamRide isn’t completely without charm.
Xenoverse is a solid fighter, but is too shallow to recommend to non-Dragon Ball Z fans.
Aaru’s Awakening is awash with vibrant visuals
that lend it an art-house vibe, but the unconventional platforming
mechanics need a little more time on the drawing board.
Super Stardust Ultra is still a fun twin stick shooter, but not enough has changed to keep it compelling after so many years.