This bite-sized Xenoblade adventure delivers an experience that's both familiar and brand new. It can feel like it ends a little early, but it's worth every minute until it does.
It doesn’t necessarily supersede the original in any meaningful way, and it might be a better stand-alone game than a remake of one of the most influential games of all time, but at the end of the day Resident Evil 4 is absurdly fun the whole way through.
With over 10 years of design to iterate on, Xenoblade Chronicles 3 takes what worked in the series' past and makes something wholly new.
Dredge is a stunning example of an indie debut. Jump aboard this eerie, Lovecraftian mix of resource farming and horror and let it take you away on a stranger tide.
Building on basically every facet of Resident Evil Village, the Winters’ Expansion takes everything that worked, and gives you more of it; it’s exactly what a good expansion should be.
Cult of the Lamb is definitely worth a look for anyone who enjoys the rogue-like genre, or just wants a stylish, casual experience to pass 15 or so hours.