Age of Calamity fails to deliver on its promise of telling the story of the events that lead up to Breath of the Wild, but if you know that going in there's still a pretty fun game to be found underneath.
I don't think anyone out there has been proselytizing Hades as the perfect game; rather, it simply seems clear that what works about the game is so strong that the issues are easy to bear.
Because I don't have a large enough group in my nuclear family to play a session of Zombie World, today I'll be settling for looking at the cards and thinking about how cool they are.
Base management strategy is key to this game and the interplay between these activities and the missions themselves is the core gameplay loop of XCOM2.
The weird contradiction of 7th Sea is a game that in its attempt to give you more freedom instead creates structures that restrict your creative freedom.
While the proper Paper Mario series moves off in a new direction, Bug Fables is the love letter to the combat that the old guard fondly remembers.
The core struggle of Masks is finding your identity, and that strong focus is what helps to set it apart as unique in the genre of superhero games.
With so many card types and unique mechanics to engage, One Step From Eden makes each experience unique not just with its procedural generation but also with the creative possibilities available to you during a run.