Just short of near perfection, but an essential purchase.
A ballet of blood and bullets.
A competent and complex strategy game bathed in a great aesthetic.
To look backward through a modern lens.
A fun romp through the west.
Utterly captivating, and unerringly human – even in its flaws.
The nebulous goal of “What you’re doing” rarely lasts.
Nothing to see here.
A charming fantasy with a lot under the hood.
Gentle terror balanced with great asymmetric competition.
A discomforting and unstable sort of mentality that doesn’t lash out, but settles.
A tale of princesses, forests, moons, and heroes; a picturesque story full of potential, but left open, as though the ending is unwritten.