What was so bad about Gods & Monsters?
Witcheye is a charming auto-scroller that, while not mind-blowing in any sense, offers a quick and enjoyable serving of gaming comfort food.
Eradicating spiders with flamethrowers, shotguns, and grenades has a humorous thrill but a lack of depth fails to keep the laughs going for long.
Infini's puzzling labyrinths offer degrees of enjoyment but they eventually devolve into tedious, maddening exercises of trial and error.
Tedious, frustrating dogfights combined with repetitive mission design grounds Red Wings: Aces of the Sky before it can get off the runway.
The Shattering offers a beautiful, tactful, and mind-bending self-examination of the mind that can frighten as effectively as it comforts.
MinnMax invited me on their weekly podcast to talk YouTube, WWE, Naughty Dog, and gigantic digital Travis Scott.
Hellpoint has rough edges but its take on the Dark Souls formula, from checkpoints to world design to co-op, offers an intriguing spin on the genre.
Deliver Us The Moon may be rough around some edges, but a gripping narrative and exceptional puzzle-solving make it a trip worth taking.
Savvy and patient adventurers will find treasure worth hunting in Curious Expedition, but earning fame and fortune comes a brutal, repetitive price.