Guide To Games
Also it had dope cutscenes.
I'm not saying that completing the game's flight school changed my life, but I'm not ruling it out.
'Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker' is a subversive platformer with a twist: there's no jump button.
With its colorful visuals and swashbuckling exploration, 'Wind Waker' is still a joy to play.
Arkane Studios' recent immersive sim is set in a thrilling, terrifying, corporate dystopia.
Sega's late 90s arcade driving game is still worth all the quarters.
'Murdered: Soul Suspect' is a delightfully pulpy genre exercise.
Of all the adventures of its ilk, of its era, it’s the one that stands up as a classic today.
Lucasfilm Games revolutionised a genre by making Guybrush Threepwood an inept, but unbeatable, pirate wannabe.
But given its Wii U exclusivity, too many people have never had the chance to play it.