On paper, Platinum's latest should impress. In practice, it's a flavorless disappointment.
But given its Wii U exclusivity, too many people have never had the chance to play it.
It’s unafraid to shift perspective even at the cost of players' sense of clarity. And yes, this is a good thing.
Most role-playing games tease their stories over tens of hours, giving away nothing in the opening few. Not here.
The multi-faceted RPG has moved from cult interest to mainstream radars, and its' designers are anticipating a hit.
PlatinumGames' traditional hacking and slashing feels right at home in this post-apocalyptic fantasy world.
The forthcoming Microsoft exclusive showed a new side to its scales at Gamescom 2016. Consider my attention piqued.
Geralt's hanging up his gauntlets, but that doesn't mean that the events of 'The Witcher 3' shouldn't inspire some very different games.
Platinum Games has a bit of a history with making games people hate at first, and love later.
You're bumming about the house, with time to kill. So kill it by starting, and finishing, a great game in a single sitting.
It's not perfect, but 'Devastation' is still a fantastic slice of nostalgia for old-school Transformer fans.