Waking Review: A Heartfelt Mess

Waking is heartwarmingly beautiful conceptually and incredibly unique. You play as yourself more intimately than nearly any other game. You are in a coma and fighting within your own mind to wake up instead of giving in to death. This is accomplished by delving into your psyche and Waking will ask you many questions about yourself as you play.

Uagi-Saba Artistic But Shallow Sim

Uagi-Saba is a strange combination of genres that is both charming and aesthetically pleasing, but somewhat shallow from end to end. In it, you are building a sanctuary to hold and care for ancient creatures known as Mystics. In practice, you are building a labyrinth of rooms from a 2D perspective, producing and spending resources and keeping inhabitants happy.

Fallout 76 Review: The Wasteland’s Fear Of Commitment.

To start with, I need to make everyone aware that to complete this review I had to implement my own house rule for Fallout 76. So that I could play it enough to write a review for it. Fallout 76 has no difficulty settings, a cardinal gaming sin in the book of Gideon. Sometimes they just aren’t suited to a particular type of game. So Fallout 76 with its online-only nature deserved the benefit of the doubt before applying that fact negatively.