Fire Emblem: Three Houses is a shining example for the franchise. Boasting a stellar, dramatic story, diverse, memorable characters and engaging combat, this is perhaps the greatest game on the Switch so far.
The Sinking City boasts an intriguing main storyline, engaging side missions and smart detective mechanics. However it often sinks under the weight of its own ambitions.
A brilliant and macabre tale that explores the relationships between friends and family in the face of horror. Smart and engaging gameplay accompany this hauntingly beautiful experience.
A game that has promises of greatness, but its fun and engaging combat, interesting world and characters can't compensate a short and lacklustre story, repetitive structure and lack of endgame content.
With the early access release of The Elder Scrolls: Blades, I provide some initial thoughts on what the game offers so far.
Kingdom Hearts 3 encapsulates everything that we have come to love with the series, great combat, beautiful worlds and a complicated as heck story.
Assassins Creed Odyssey improves upon the changes seen in Origins, with a beautiful world and engaging story that is sometimes hampered by repetitive quest design.