The lights are on
A sterile open world and excessive
backtracking drain Catalyst of the fun found in the original.
Overwatch is an amazing experience. It’s fresh and consistently fun, with matches that are great in random groups, but astonishingly good when played with friends.
The game straddles different lines to arrive at a difficult-to-achieve nexus of primal fun.
Insomniac’s survival-horror game doesn’t redefine the genre, but it provides another unsettling glimpse at VR’s potential.
Developer Dambuster Studios has failed to slay Homefront's true enemy: an unending litany of glitches, A.I. failings, and performance issues.