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HIGH Knocking out cops by dismembering corpses in front of them.
LOW Trying to figure out how to disable someone standing on a crane.
WTF That was a pretty deep cut Friends reference!
High The unique and entrancing tone
Low Superfluous RPG elements
WTF Kamizake killer robots. I can still hear the clattering noises in my nightmares……
HIGH The most beautiful platformer I’ve seen in a long time.
LOW Character dialogue is surprisingly flat.
WTF RIP to the bone powder I spent an hour and a half farming for.
HIGH The visual style is totally on point.
LOW The rigid weapon restrictions become irritating very quickly.
WTF Yes, Cindy Aurum’s awesome. That’s a weird reference though.
In 2012, I purchased a Star Citizen ship. I paid top dollar for a Cutlass Black — a small, sleek freighter with plenty of cargo space for booty — as my friends and I fully bought into Chris Roberts’ grandiose vision, dreaming of when we would sail the high galactic tides as space pirates.
Spooky season is here, and while the actual game is going to miss Halloween by a two and a half weeks, it’s the perfect time to dive into The Devil In Me‘s preview, which spans 90 minutes towards the end of the first act.