With each decision in Erica, player feel closer to unraveling a mystery, all the while knowing a single playthrough will only just crack the surface.
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Hunt: Showdown wants so desperately to be its own new thing that it didn't seem to consider that what it is... isn't particularly fun.
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A permadeath game with tangible progression, delightful characters and dialogue, and satisfying combat, RAD is yet another win for Double Fine.
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The joy of fighting with an Endgame-level roster of heroes constantly battles against overly complicated RPG systems. The end result is shy of mighty.
My Friend Pedro's story is banal and cliche; the developers at DeadToast know this doesn't matter. You'll keep playing because its fun.
Dungeon of the Dragon Knight captures the essence of old school dungeon crawlers. But other than updated graphics, it adds little new to the genre.
Layers of Fear 2's cryptic story is filled with film references and well-earned scares, making it the perfect digestible game for any horror buff.
The Days Gone ending twist completely ruins all the character development that Deacon St. John had throughout the apocalyptic story.
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In order to get the best gear in Days Gone, you'll need to build Trust with the various camp leaders. Here are Screen Rants tips to doing this quick.
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Days Gone follows every post-apocalypse cue in the book. It does combat, level design, and bike riding well but struggles to overcome a basic story.
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Though the difficulty may be a deterrent to some, Mechstermination Force's terrific core mechanics make trying (and dying) worth the effort.