Not only is CrossCode a fun game, but it engages skillfully with how technology can both improve our lives or be misused by cruel actors.
CrossCode Works Best When You Engage All Its Systems in Good Faith
When I dismissed core elements of CrossCode on the basis that I wasn't enjoying how they worked at the time, I created a situation in which I gave myself a worse experience by refusing to engage the game as intended.
CrossCode’s First Dungeon Sold Me on the Mechanics, but I Hope the Quests Don’t Ruin It
I share additional impressions about CrossCode, both good and bad, after making it to the game's first major dungeon.
CrossCode Might be an MMO that Doesn’t Suck (by Not Actually Being an MMO)
CrossCode's simple puzzles and quick-paced battles work together with the light-hearted atmosphere and gaming in-jokes to create an experience that feels like a love letter to RPGs.